Jetstar Group Refreshes Uniforms for the First Time in 20 Years

Jetstar Group is updating its uniforms for the first time in 20 years.

Designed by renowned Australian fashion designer Genevieve Smart, the final design was decided over 12 months with the collaboration of 40 pilots, cabin crew, and ground staff.

The pilots’ uniforms transition from traditional black to a new deep navy, featuring stylish cutting, new epaulettes, and the option of a neck scarf. The uniforms for cabin and ground staff offer various options tailored to individual style and preferences, including deep navy and orange blazers, shirtdresses, skirts, tapered pants, polo shirts, and coats. The colors were chosen to reflect the soft orange and deep navy of sunrises and sunsets as seen through an airplane’s window. More than 5,000 employees in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Singapore will start wearing these uniforms in the latter half of this year.

The current uniforms will be sustainably disposed of and repurposed as new product materials through collaboration with BlockTexx, mindful of the environment.

Jetstar Airways is celebrating its 20th anniversary in May.

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