Dubai airline flydubai introduces new form for employees

flydubaiThe Dubai airline flydubai is introducing a new form for employees. The new design was developed for more than 2,500 employees throughout the flydubai network, including pilots, flight attendants, engineering and technical personnel, as well as airport and sales staff. This is the first change in the design of flydubai uniform since the beginning of the flights on June 1, 2009. The presentation will coincide with the delivery of the first Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft for the airline, which will replenish the fleet by the end of this year. To watch an exclusive video with a new form before its introduction, you can click on the link.

“Flydubai has been developing continuously since its foundation. We continue to expand borders and change the ways of traveling around the region”, said the executive director of flydubai, Ghaith Al Ghaith. “The desire to meet the diverse needs of our passengers, providing them with affordable and reliable travel services, is at the heart of our proposal. We have come a long way from a young airline, and our maturity should be reflected in various aspects of the flydubai brand, among which the form is the most noticeable”, added he.

To create a new appearance of employees, flydubai worked together with the Dubai company A. Ronai LLC. The new uniform reflects the spirit of the brand and at the same time meets the functional and practical needs of our employees associated with their daily duties.

“The concept of the new form is as follows: Look good. Feel better. Work at a height. The design is tailored to the diverse work environment facing flydubai employees, including the climate difference, cultural and religious characteristics, as well as factors such as longevity, practicality, versatility, profitability and hygiene and safety standards”, said the Senior Vice President of flydubai, Gilly Sims.

Dubai Aviation Corporation, which is also known as flydubai, is a government-owned low-cost airline with its head office and flight operations in Terminal 2 of Dubai International Airport.