A fresh new look

Celebrating 20 years in the air, Jetstar has unveiled its revamped uniform which will be worn by more than 5,000 of the airline’s frontline team members across Australia as well as at Jetstar airlines based in New Zealand, Japan and Singapore from late 2024.

Designed by renowned Australian fashion designer, Genevieve Smart, inspiration for the new uniforms came from the sunset as seen out of an aircraft window, a symbol of what Jetstar means to its customers and its people.

The new uniforms give the crew more freedom to choose what they would like to wear

The uniform comprises two sets: the first collection centres on the Jetstar star print where silhouettes are designed to radiate a holiday vibe while retaining a professional edge with a smart casual element; while the second collection focuses on creating an inspired travel look by the layering of textures and colours.

The pilot uniform stands out with a sleek new tailored suit, with a sharp modern cut in navy and a subtle star jacquard fabric design for the slimline tie.

Even the airline’s epaulettes, braids and wings badges have changed its look to ensure a consistently professional look.

The newly designed collection caters to everyone and gives the crew more freedom to choose what they would like to wear.

With sustainability is mind, Jetstar’s current uniforms will be repurposed into new products.

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