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Global Airlines Unveils A380 Cabin Interiors and Crew Uniforms

Global Airlines Unveils A380 Cabin Interiors and Crew Uniforms

The appointment of Factorydesign to spearhead the design of the airline’s onboard product expands Global Airlines‘ network of knowledgeable aviation partners.

Given an aircraft-wide brief to reimagine the golden age of travel on the A380, the multi-award winning agency, based in West London but active throughout the world, has been working with the new airline since the beginning of the year.

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Additionally, Global has given Factory the task of identifying ways to make the long-haul onboard experience for passengers even better. These innovations and improvements should help the airline differentiate itself from competitors by offering superior levels of comfort and service in every cabin.

A variety of deep reds have been used by Factory, by the airline’s brand guidelines, to create an elegant and lively onboard atmosphere, as seen in the photos of the First Suites entrance and the new main deck entrance.

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An impression of the new entrance to the main deck.

Global and Factory will shortly commission a concept First Suite which will be exhibited through the course of 2024.

James Asquith, the CEO of @globalairlines, recently took to Twitter to share an exciting update on the ongoing evolution of Cabin Crew uniforms. While emphasizing that these showcased designs are not the final versions, he expressed enthusiasm as the designs are progressing closer to completion. As the question of when Global will be hiring cabin crew arises frequently, James felt it was the opportune moment to unveil these updates, especially after the successful maiden flight of their first aircraft.

He conveyed the company’s eagerness to onboard exceptional cabin crew members who will contribute to fostering a familial atmosphere at Global. The aim is to cultivate an environment where individuals not only love their profession but also feel valued and connected. James hinted at upcoming opportunities for those passionate about flying, promising enticing layovers and competitive pay.

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Among the showcased designs, one featured a red blazer paired with a skirt, while the other depicted a striking red fitted dress. Both ensembles were complemented with colored scarves, black gloves, and elegant black high-heeled shoes.

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