Airline dresses crew as maids and butlers

Uniforms are short-skirted maids and butler suits

Spring Airlines, a low-cost carrier in China, has accumulated a lot of publicity with plans to dress its flight attendants as short-skirted maids and sharp-suited butlers. The uniforms are part of a series of themed flights.
However, the response has generally not been positive judging by criticisms on social media, with comments suggesting the airline should focus instead on making flights on time, offering cheaper tickets and improving services. Others said the airline should not be “objectifying flight attendants” with the revealing uniforms, to which the airline responded that the ideas “in fact came from our international crew of qualified Chinese, Japanese and Thailand cabin staff”.
Shanghai Daily / Telegraph


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