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AA Employees Debut New Uniforms

American Airlines is set to debut its long-anticipated new line of uniforms for more than 70,000 of its employees, including flight attendants, pilots, customer service representatives and airline club workers. The uniforms will reportedly feature a “slate gray, cobalt and crisp white” color scheme, and the move to update the carrier’s uniform comes as a signifier of American Airlines’ merger with the now-closed US Airways as the integration reaches completion.

“It really shows us as one brand. And that was really the only thing that was still kind of lagging behind for customers – being able to see that come together,” said Brady Byrnes, director of Global Marketing for American Airlines.

To read more on this story, go to USA Today.

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djjaguar64 September 21, 2016

Not gonna help save the airline. I think Robots may be a better option for AA to hire. Robots can also shout, : BRACE, BRACE, BRACE'.

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FAA1996 September 20, 2016

I hope this means that LUS employees won't look like they work at McDonald's anymore. Never cared for their t-shirts and Polo shirts.

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MaxVO September 20, 2016

Cobalt is a harsh tone and stressful on the eye. This may not be the wisest choice, given already stressed travelling masses.

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ChrL September 20, 2016

Does this mean there is a new safety video?