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Network Aviation unveils new uniforms

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 4, 2015
Network Aviation staff with their new uniforms. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation staff with their new uniforms. (Brenden Scott)

Qantas’s Perth-based fly-in/fly-out and charter subsidiary Network Aviation has unveiled its new uniforms.

The updated look for Network’s female staff members features a knee length black dress with an asymmetrical neckline or black pants, as well as a black jacket and white blouse with red trim on the sleeves and neckline.

Accessories include a red leather belt with brushed metal buckle and chiffon scarf.

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Meanwhile, male staff members have a black jacket, white shirt, black pants and red ties.

Network Aviation's new uniform. (Brenden Scott)
The unveiling of Network Aviation new uniform. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation's new uniform for male staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation’s new uniform for male staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation's new uniform for female staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation’s new uniform for female staff members. (Brenden Scott)

The uniforms are made from Sorbtek fabric, which is a polyester yarn according to Designs To You, the firm behind the new look. The video can be seen below:

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3 Comments

  • BANKS

    says:

    I smell a new livery coming!

  • aussie0000

    says:

    Black — what a morbid colour
    lacks feeling of enthusiasm and is non inviting

  • jack

    says:

    oooooo i hope so too banks!!!!

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Network Aviation unveils new uniforms

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 4, 2015
Network Aviation staff with their new uniforms. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation staff with their new uniforms. (Brenden Scott)

Qantas’s Perth-based fly-in/fly-out and charter subsidiary Network Aviation has unveiled its new uniforms.

The updated look for Network’s female staff members features a knee length black dress with an asymmetrical neckline or black pants, as well as a black jacket and white blouse with red trim on the sleeves and neckline.

Accessories include a red leather belt with brushed metal buckle and chiffon scarf.

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Meanwhile, male staff members have a black jacket, white shirt, black pants and red ties.

Network Aviation's new uniform. (Brenden Scott)
The unveiling of Network Aviation new uniform. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation's new uniform for male staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation’s new uniform for male staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation's new uniform for female staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation’s new uniform for female staff members. (Brenden Scott)

The uniforms are made from Sorbtek fabric, which is a polyester yarn according to Designs To You, the firm behind the new look. The video can be seen below:

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

3 Comments

  • BANKS

    says:

    I smell a new livery coming!

  • aussie0000

    says:

    Black — what a morbid colour
    lacks feeling of enthusiasm and is non inviting

  • jack

    says:

    oooooo i hope so too banks!!!!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Network Aviation unveils new uniforms

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 4, 2015
Network Aviation staff with their new uniforms. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation staff with their new uniforms. (Brenden Scott)

Qantas’s Perth-based fly-in/fly-out and charter subsidiary Network Aviation has unveiled its new uniforms.

The updated look for Network’s female staff members features a knee length black dress with an asymmetrical neckline or black pants, as well as a black jacket and white blouse with red trim on the sleeves and neckline.

Accessories include a red leather belt with brushed metal buckle and chiffon scarf.

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Meanwhile, male staff members have a black jacket, white shirt, black pants and red ties.

Network Aviation's new uniform. (Brenden Scott)
The unveiling of Network Aviation new uniform. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation's new uniform for male staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation’s new uniform for male staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation's new uniform for female staff members. (Brenden Scott)
Network Aviation’s new uniform for female staff members. (Brenden Scott)

The uniforms are made from Sorbtek fabric, which is a polyester yarn according to Designs To You, the firm behind the new look. The video can be seen below:

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

3 Comments

  • BANKS

    says:

    I smell a new livery coming!

  • aussie0000

    says:

    Black — what a morbid colour
    lacks feeling of enthusiasm and is non inviting

  • jack

    says:

    oooooo i hope so too banks!!!!

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