Global Airlines posts preview of new uniform Airbus A380 cabin crew could wear

James Asquith Global Airlines
Global Airlines

British startup carrier Global Airlines has posted a preview of the new uniform that its Airbus A380 cabin crew might wear when the carrier launches.  

Posted initially by the company’s CEO, James Asquith, on February 27, 2024, the social media post and photo was then reshared by the Global Airlines main X (formally Twitter) account.  

“SNEAK PEAK – Our @globalairlines – Cabin Crew uniforms continue to evolve as design work continues towards the finished product. These are not quite our final finished uniforms, but they are getting closer to it,” Asquith wrote. 

The photo featured two women dressed in contrasting red uniforms, but with matching hats.  

One of the woman’s uniforms featured a red blazer accompanied by a skirt while the other was pictured in a red fitted dress.  

Both uniforms were finished off with a colored scarf, black gloves and black high heel shoes. 

According to Asquith, one of the most common questions he is asked regarding the new airline, is “when are Global hiring cabin crew?”.  

“Trust me, we are so excited to bring on the most amazing cabin crew out there and create a lovely ‘work’ environment. We want people to feel like family at Global, and to love their passion for flying around the world, with great layovers, and good pay. All I can say for now is…soon, but by God I can’t wait,” Asquith added in his post. 

The new post comes off the back of Global Airlines completing its first initial test flights with its new Airbus A380-841 aircraft. 

The Airbus A380, registered 9H-GLOBL, took off from Mojave Air and Space Port (MHV) in the Californian desert on February 15, 2024, just before 09:00 (PST). 

Global Airlines took full ownership of 9H-GLOBL, which was previously owned by China Southern, on February 2, 2024, de-registering it in the United States (US) and re-registering in Malta. 

The airline plans to launch Airbus A380 transatlantic flights from London to New York and Los Angeles later this year. 

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