China Airlines unveils new cabin crew uniforms in pop video

China Airlines unveils new cabin crew uniforms in pop video

China Airlines’ ground staff and cabin crew will sport a new uniform as the SkyTeam alliance airline seeks to spruce up its image across the globe.

Revealed in a pop video by Taiwanese band Men Envy Children and taking to the skies from August, frequent travellers will notice a difference from the airline’s traditional purple theme – instead designed by William Cheung to feature red, blue, black and grey.

Female crew members don a 1950s-style cheongsam with a matching jacket, while the gents scrub up in a three-piece suit featuring a sapphire blue band on the vest and blazer:

Higher in the ranks, you’ll spot the Cabin Manager in white and blue-grey, and the Chief Purser in a smart-looking blue and gold:

During the colder months the crew also have a matching winter coat with coloured rims on the front pockets…

…. but whatever the season, uniformed staff also have matching shoes with hints of blue to distinguish against the traditional plain black:

Watch the following four-minute video and keep your eyes peeled for China Airlines staff performing the ‘cabin crew dance’:

China Airlines flies to Sydney and Brisbane from Taipei, across the Tasman to Auckland from both cities and will also resume its seasonal Sydney-Christchurch flights across the Australian summer.

Also read: China Airlines to resume Sydney-Christchurch flights

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Chris Chamberlin
Chris Chamberlin is a senior journalist with Australian Business Traveller and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, a great latte, a theatre ticket and a glass of wine!
 

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  • Peter Loh

    PeterLoh

    15 Jun, 2015 12:53 pm

    Great to see the crew of China Airlines have joined the ranks at Starfleet...

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  • whipper

    whipper

    15 Jun, 2015 12:59 pm

    The band is called 'Men Envy Children'? Yikes.  

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  • Viscount

    Viscount

    15 Jun, 2015 02:45 pm

    Lets hope something was lost in translation 

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  • Kevin Yeh

    husky_ky

    15 Jun, 2015 06:17 pm

    There was something lost in translation. The actual word for word translation would be "Little Boy Band", which probably sounded a bit lame...

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  • Satoshi Takayama

    Michael Kao

    15 Jun, 2015 02:44 pm

    I'm surprised they used the old 747 recliner business class as stage. Normally airlines would use their most premium product, and China airlines has recently introduced the new reverse herringbone business class on their 77W. Don't know why they still use the recliners for promotional material. 

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  • Yohy

    Yohy

    15 Jun, 2015 08:18 pm

    dont mind them,they kind of look like theyre from tbe same vein as the qf ones -qf being 70s and these 80s

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  • markgarb

    markgarb

    1 Aug, 2015 06:29 am

    ONCE AGAIN WILLIAM CHEUNG proves to be a case of the Emperor has no clothes.  He pulls the wool over the eyes once again with this no talent, idiotic and condescending design. The airlines deserve what they got for believing the hype. Get ready for his idiotic designs in the upcoming film League of the Gods. 

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