Since 2013, the low-cost airline Norwegian has had two very different versions of cabin crew uniform – one version was for its short-haul crew who worked on Boeing 737 aircraft and the other version was for long-haul crew who worked on Norwegian’s 787 Dreamliner aircraft.  It obviously made sense at the time but now Norwegian has decided that it needs to simplify the look and introduce a unified uniform across fleets.

Norwegian introduced the different long-haul uniform to coincide with the introduction of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner.  The uniform was designed by Moods of Norway and the men’s tartan jacket and waistcoat, along with the Chanel lookalike women’s uniform made it instantly recognisable. Read More