- TAM Airlines
- Norwegian Air Shuttle
- Air France
- British Airways
Latin America’s largest airline headquartered in Sao Paolo, Brazil. If you live in North America, South America or Europe, you get the chance to experience the Brazilian airline’s hospitality when you fly with them. The stewardesses are dressed formal and elegant, especially the red trimmings adorning their royal blue uniforms along with their heels too.
The second largest airline in Scandinavia with flight attendants who are professional, friendly, informative and always smiling.
Ahh… France.. where all the greatest designers come from. As a matter of fact, Air France’s flight attendant uniforms are created by none other than the one and only, Christian Lacroix. He wanted to go beyond designing a uniform to create an entire wardrobe with Air France: some one hundred individual items that can be combined in a multitude of ways, allowing each person to develop a distinctive wardrobe to suit his or her personality, morphology, culture and profession. The female employees have the most choices which include summer dresses, winter dresses, skirts, trousers, short jacket, long jackets, pull-over tops, button down tops, assorted belts, scarves, shoes, boots, etc. The rules of what pieces can be worn together is even more confusing.
Julien McDonald’s British Airways uniform looks stylish, modern and is made out of high quality materials. Although to a certain extent, one may also say that the uniform has no discernible identity so it could actually be representing any number of airlines. Well, maybe it’s intentional.
- Cebu Pacific
- TAP Portugal
- Virgin Atlantic
- Eva Air
In late 2010, Cebu Pacific’s dancing flight attendants became a sensation after a YouTube video taken of them doing a dance number to Lady Gaga’s Just Dance and Katy Perry’s California Gurls went viral. The only gripe about Cebu Pacific is the mechanical ways that things are being done, like how announcements are all automated.
The uniform colour of bright green and striking red blend very well together, giving the flight attendants a fresh, provocative look. However, there have been feedback by passengers who frequently met not-so-friendly TAP cabin crews.
One of the sexiest in terms of costume design. Striking red, form fitting dress with skirt lines above the knee with a purple fade to white scarf to match. Although Virgin Atlantic flight attendants were voted the best looking by 1000 Britons in a recent poll by the Business Meeting and Travel Show, the scope of the survey was actually too narrow to come to a conclusion to say that Virgin Atlantic has the best looking cabin crews. Maybe among the 1000 Britons, yes, but definitely not the world over.
The flight attendants with their matching green outfits look really nice, and will usually speak to you in Taiwanese when serving you meals and refreshments (if you look like a typical Chinese). Most of their English is not bad either and you definitely won’t have a problem communicating with them. Also, you will find most of the time the cabin crew consist of all women under the age of 30, at least 5’7 in height with hair buns tucked to perfection and they all have fair complexions with porcelain skin tones. Cool thing is, Eva Air’s cabin crew passes out hand wipes to all passengers before each meal.
Japan Airlines flight attendants treat you like royalty. Like most quality airlines, hot towels are given to wipe your hands prior to any meal or snack, unlimited beverages, spirits, beer, and wine, and fun Japanese snacks and beverages left in bins for you to pick as you please, all supplied at the back of the aircraft. Just imagine your experience with JAL is simply a direct result of Japanese culture that is inviting, respectful, and hard working.