Bringing flair to the Aer

Aer Lingus has unveiled the first revamp to its crew uniform in more than two decades. Gordon Smith travelled to the Irish capital to learn more about the planning and logistics behind the enormous project.

Aer Lingus unveiled its new livery as part of a wider corporate rebranding in January 2019.

In what the airline is calling “the final stage” of its brand transformation, Aer Lingus has launched a new uniform for its flight and ground-based crew. The overhaul – the first since 1998 – follows a competitive pitch, with Irish designer Louise Kennedy retaining the brief for a second consecutive tenure.

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