Akasa Air lately launched its airline crew uniform, Considering elements like ergonomics, aesthetics and luxury, Akasa Air has launched customized trousers, jackets, and sneakers for its airline in-flight crew.
Describing the inspiration behind the uniform, Belson Coutinho, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing & Experience Officer, Akasa Air, stated, “Employee centricity and sustainability are going to be on the core of all the pieces that we do at Akasa Air. We have designed a uniform through which our workforce feels each proud and cozy as they direct their power to make sure a heat, pleasant, and environment friendly flying expertise for all our passengers.”
“These uniforms are a perfect amalgamation of style and sustainability and reflect Akasa Air’s core values. From concept to the final outcome, it has been an exciting journey for me to work on these designs and present one of the most unique, sustainable and functional uniforms of our times,” said Rajesh Pratap Singh, who worked with Akasa Air to create the uniform.
Deepika Mehra, Founder, Vanilla Moon, added, “We are delighted to share this shoe design – which is sustainably produced, functional, comfortable, gender-neutral and contemporary. The design also reflects Akasa Air’s employee-centric culture to ensure their comfort.”
The trouser and jacket material has been made utilizing recycled polyester material which is constructed from pet bottle plastic salvaged from marine waste. The uniform match focuses on offering the very best stretch to make sure workers’ consolation over their busy flight schedules. Designed by Rajesh Pratap Singh, the jacket attracts inspiration from the Indian bandh gala and is forward-looking in a contemporary model of the garment.
Given the cellular life-style of crew members and lengthy hours spent standing, Vanilla Moon designed sneakers which can be gentle, and include additional cushioning from heel to toe to make sure higher assist. Besides, the only of the sneakers is carved from recycled rubber and manufactured with none use of plastic.
The airline, that obtained supply of its first Boeing 737 max plane in India on June 21, is now gearing up for its industrial launch by the tip of July.