Last Monday, Saudia announced that their new cabin crew uniform program will debut on select routes to London-Heathrow and Paris-Charles de Gaulle with the program to be rolled out companywide my mid-2021.
On Monday February 3rd, Saudia announced that their new cabin crew uniforms will debut on routes to London (LHR) and Paris (CDG). The new uniforms will be rolled out systemwide by the middle of next year. The Kingdom of Saudia Arabia’s flag carrier has refined their uniforms for the benefit of all members of their onboard hospitality team and guests. Saudia’s new uniform program is a part of the airline’s recent cabin enhancements and hospitality additions, as the airline updates their look an image. The cosmopolitan and hospitable nature of Saudia’s product and service enhancements have been warmly received by guests and reflect the carrier's recent global expansion.
Around 18 months in development, Saudia’s new onboard crew apparel line was created by an in-house consortium of designers and product specialists. The uniforms feature a color palette that includes shades and hues of purple, beige and royal blue, with Arabesque designs and features throughout the ensemble of pins, scarfs and signature blazers. The new designs were influenced by the culture, landscapes, heritage and colors of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudia is one of the largest airlines in the Middle East with a fleet of over 170 narrow and widebody aircraft, carrying over 32M guests annually. The award-winning airline serves all 28 domestic airports in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as well as 95 destinations across four continents. Saudia has invested heavily in their fleet in recent years with the acquisition of modern, state-of-the-art, quiet and fuel-efficient aircraft. As a result, the carrier now operates one of the three youngest fleets in the world with an average aircraft age of less than five years.