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Mirror – 2022

Airline swaps fancy uniform requirements for ‘casual’ T-shirts and shorts

Australian airline, Bonza, which operates domestically, has created a casual uniform that “reflects current trends”. It doesn’t require makeup, permits tattoos and comes in a stylish colour scheme

A budget airline has announced it will scrap fancy uniforms in favour of a more casual approach.

Bonza revealed its new flight attendant uniform saying that it “reflects current trends”.

Rather than the traditional shirts, skirts and trousers, air hosts and hostesses on the Australian airline will be able to wear shorts, trousers, T-shirts and trainers.

The smart-casual look waves goodbye to the classic trappings of cabin crew which often include blazers, cravats and scarves, reports the Independent.

Bonza’s uniform will come in a colour scheme of black, white and lilac with the lower case “b” logo emblazoned on each item.

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