CAL unveils new uniforms and destination plans

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CAL unveils new uniforms and destination plans

Caribbean Airlines (CAL) cabin crew and staff will be welcoming travellers with an entirely new uniform from today.

The new looks were unveiled during a Customer Appreciation Event on Thursday night, which took place at the Hyatt Regency, Trinidad.

The evening was a celebration of the loyalty and dedication of their valued customers and stakeholders, and was filled with exciting announcements of their visionary plans for 2024.
It ended with the unveiling of the much-anticipated new Cabin Crew and Staff uniforms.

The new uniforms were designed by their peers: Richard Martin (Flight Attendant), Giselle Rodney (Flight Attendant), Liala Pearl-Bennet (Flight Attendant), Tonia Gomes (Reservations Agent), and Rebecca Bernard (Reservations Agent) who all know how a uniform should perform or what it expresses.

It was produced by local design house Janouras Custom Design Ltd.

Gone are the company’s navy and aquamarine uniforms… the contemporary ready to wear collection of jackets, skirts, shirts, waistcoats, and pants feature various shades of purple, fuchsia, white, pink, and grey.

This is the final part of a brand refresh initiative that began in 2019 and saw the local carrier’s fleet receive a new livery, logo, and branding.

During the event, Caribbean Airlines CEO Garvin Medera shared some of the airline’s plans for 2024.

Pending regulatory approval, CAL plans to fly to increase its Caribbean presence by operating flights to Puerto Rico, the British Virgin Islands, Martinique, and Guadeloupe.

Medera also announced plans to expand Jetpak, Caribbean Airlines’ skybox courier service, to Guyana, Barbados, and Jamaica. Other announcements included a revamp later this year of the Caribbean Miles program which allows passengers to earn miles based on their ticket price and lower rates for miles redemption, and a redesign of CAL’s boarding passes.