How's that for some progress: Cathay Pacific has finally decided to let his female flight attendants decide what they want to wear, rather than adopting a pure rock policy that has been in place since the founding of the airline Year 1946 is the less good news? For the thousands of crew members, the conversion of the uniforms could take up to three years
The flight attendants of Cathay demand since at least the opportunity to wear trousers . The current uniform for female cabin crew is a skirt over the knee "with two slits on the back, black stockings and black heels" The Guardian reports . Flight attendants say that the uniform demands sexual harassment both on board aircraft and from it. Hong Kong Airlines has still reported its pure skirts policy, the South China Morning Post . In the United States, the major airlines are already giving flight attendants a choice of uniform options, including trousers and skirts for women; British Airways rejected its "Skirts Only Rule" in 2016 .
Cathay is considered one of the best airlines in the world and was tenth in of our latest Reader's Choice Awards . Reviewers particularly like "his kitchen influenced by notable Hong Kong chefs," "winning first and business-class cabins (with Lie-flat seats)" and "a recently refreshed premium economy cabin feels more 'premium' than Trainers Airline employees go far beyond that: Cathay employees have recently received their own awards for the crew that led a flight to Toronto to Ottawa in 2017. "[They] showed extraordinary initiative and great care in ordering Pizzas and drinks for all concerned passengers, "Cathay said in a statement .Now this is first-class service.