SkyUp Airlines airplain Hostesses uniforms

A budget European airline has ditched it’s strict uniform policy for female flight attendants which required them to wear high heels and skirts.   SkyUp, based in the Ukraine, no longer requires female members of staff to wear pencil skirts and heels and instead employees can opt for comfortable trousers and trainers. The low-cost airline have also replaced tight blouses and bright orange blazers with looser alternatives and staff seem to be delighted by the forthcoming change. The airline, which is one of the youngest low-cost airlines in Europe, will bring in the uniform change late this month after a staff survey revealed that female employees weren’t keen on their restrictive uniform.