Aer Lingus cabin and ground crew members took to the catwalk at the CHQ building in Dublin on Wednesday morning for the unveiling of their new uniforms designed by Louise Kennedy. The uniforms will make their debut on over 4,000 cabin and ground crew on Monday, February 10th. “We are expanding our airline in new ways and into new places and the uniforms are one of the most important visual expressions of what we are about as an airline and that plays on our heritage,” Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle said at the event.

Last updated 22 years ago by Kennedy, the redesigned uniform includes a navy trouser option for the first time for the female crew and a dress for only the second time. Green remains a signature colour now in a shade called Kenmare Green, with a lot more navy. The male crew’s former flannel jackets and grey trousers have been replaced by a smart navy suit. Read More