in Atlantic updated its gender identity policy by giving its crew the choice of what uniform to wear. The airline announced that it’s allowing its female cabin crew and pilots to wear trousers and male counterparts’ skirts at work. Owned by Sir Richard Branson, the airline said that it wants to “champion the individuality” of its people and customers.
The female employees of the airlines were required to wear a bright red uniform, while their male counterparts wore burgundy. The airlines said the move was to reflect the diversity of the workforce and these changes will make the airline “the most inclusive airline in the skies”.