United Airlines Plans New Uniforms That Will Make Employees ‘Proud’

By Paul Riegler on 8 May 2017
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DSC_0825United Airlines said Monday it is in discussions with three clothing companies that would provide new uniforms to its staff including flight attendants and pilots.

The three companies are Brooks Brothers, an American icon; Carthartt, a provider of outdoor apparel and workwear; and Tracy Reese, a women’s wear company.

The Chicago-based airline is in the early stages of the project and limited its comments to saying that, “as part of our continued commitment to empowering our employees, we want our United team members to feel proud to wear high-quality uniforms when serving our customers.”

United last updated its employee uniforms some four years ago, choosing outfits from Cintas, a workwear and uniform company based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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