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Proflight Zambia introduce new staff uniform

Posted 11 December 2013 · Add Comment

Proflight Zambia has introduced a new ground and cabin crew uniform that reinforces the airline's flair for staying at the forefront of customer service.

Pilots, cabin attendants and sales staff are all sporting the chic workwear, which is already turning heads with passengers on board flights. 

The new uniforms for women include professional blue dresses and trousers teamed with blouses, shirts and jackets, all sporting Proflight’s trademark blue and orange colour scheme. 

For men, as well as the existing pinstripe navy suit there is now the addition of a stylish navy tie with the company’s bird logo embroidered on it. 

“Proflight prides itself on its excellent customer service, and first impressions count. That is why we ensure that all of our frontline staff back their service ethos with an efficient and smart appearance too,” said Proflight director of Government and Industry Affairs Capt. Philip Lemba.

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