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CityJet Has New Look for Staff and Crew

CityJet Has New Look for Staff and Crew

CityJet has launched its new look for its staff and cabin crew with the roll-out of an exclusive new uniform that is guaranteed to turn a lot of heads across the airports of Europe.

The new look follows months of work behind the scenes by staff who were asked for their input into how the airline should embrace its exciting future and provide a new look for the carrier’s cabin crew and pilots.

Picture shows from left  CityJet cabin crew Roisin Lally; and Lauren Fisk .

CityJet cabin crew Roisin Lally and Lauren Fisk

The new uniforms, which will debut across the network during November, are the creation of Irish designer Aideen Bodkin, who worked closely with CityJet crews throughout the whole process. Design consultant Jane Byrne was also involved in assisting in the process and liaising with cabin crew and staff.

Astou N’Diaye, CityJet Marketing Manager, said: “This new uniform is comfortable, practical and functional to wear while providing a fresh, glamorous look that will prove a winner with our customers. We were delighted to have great inputs into the design by CityJet staff and thrilled that Aideen Bodkin was so successful in bringing those suggestions from the CityJet family together in such a creative and beautiful way.”

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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