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Akasa Air Crew uniforms are ‘ecological and fun’

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The jackets and pants were designed by Delhi-based fashion designer Rajesh Pratap Singh

Akasa Air, India’s newest airline backed by billionaire investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, unveiled its crew uniform on Monday. The airline is preparing to start operations towards the end of this month.

The uniform emphasizes aesthetics and comfort and reflects Akasa Air’s warm, friendly and happy personality, the company said in a statement.

Akasa Air is the first airline in the country to introduce personalized comfortable pants, jackets and sneakers for its in-flight crew, the company said.

The lightweight trainers, from Vanilla Moon, were designed with the mobile lifestyle of crew members in mind. The sole has been made from recycled rubber without the use of plastic.

“Akasa Crew Look, comfortable, ecological and fun. Introducing Akasa Air’s all-new crew uniforms designed to maintain our organization’s core value of prioritizing the comfort of our employees and the environment,” the company tweeted.

For the crew uniform, an eco-friendly fabric created from recycled polyester fabric, which is made from pet bottle plastic recovered from marine waste, was used, the company added.

“We have designed a uniform that our team feels both proud and comfortable in as they direct their energy to ensure a warm, friendly and efficient flight experience for all of our passengers,” said Belson Coutinho, co-founder and director of marketing and experience. , Akasa Air.

The jackets and pants were designed by Delhi-based fashion designer Rajesh Pratap Singh. The design of the jacket was inspired by the Indian bandh gala style.

“These uniforms are the perfect blend of style and durability and reflect Akasa Air’s core values. From concept to end result, it has been an exciting journey for me to work on these designs and showcase one of the most unique, durable and functional of our time,” Mr. Singh reportedly said.

Akasa Air received its first of its 72 Boeing 737 Max on June 21. The airline is expected to begin its test flight soon to obtain the Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) required for its commercial launch.

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