Vietjet wins 2018 award for cabin crew uniform
Vietnam's largest private airline, Vietjet was honored with the Asia's Best Flight Attendant Wardrobe at a gala hosted by NOW Travel Asia Awards - NOW Travel Asia Magazine in Chengdu, China.
The result was based on votes from both readers and judges. Vietjet's uniforms were created by European designers inspired by youth army cadet uniforms. Female flight attendants wear stylish red shirts, bow ties, shorts, and garrison caps with accessories such as flying wings, badges, brown belts, and eye-catching red shoes. Male attendants wear black trousers, business shoes, and red short-sleeved shirts.
Last year, Vietjet was honored along with Singapore Airlines, Air France, Air Serbia, and Emirates, as one of the five airlines with the most charming flight attendants by Canada's website vivalifestyleandtravel.com.
Earlier this month, Vietjet was the second most valuable airline in Southeast Asia by market capitalization, only behind Singapore Airlines, the Nikkei Asia Review reported.
On November 9, the airline was valued at 3.02 billion USD while Singapore Airlines at 8.29 billion USD.