Flight attendant works in an airline to ensure the safety regulations and security of the aircraft cabin and its passengers. Thanks to that special duty, flight attendant spends more time with the passengers to provide personilized service during the duration of flights. The career of flight attendant has a rich and colorful history. The work started as early as the first air passenger made his travel in the early 1920's. The United Airlines was the first to hire stewardesses as nurses who were responsible for passengers with air sick on the plane. Along time, flight attendant has proven their crucial importance to the successful flight. Let's get a look of stewardess’s uniform over the years.
This United Air Lines uniform was used from 1933 to 1936. The uniform was designed by Fiolel Colangelo.
In period from 1940 to 1942, Delta flight attendants used summer uniform and winter uniform (in turn: left and right)
The photo was taken on a Hawaii flight in the 1970s.
A flight attendant served wine to passengers in the 1968-1970 uniform.
A new airline
This photo was taken in 1971 showing the beautiful flight attendants of the Southwest Airlines. The hot pants of these uniforms were introduced in June 1971.
When plaid was fashionable
In a Boeing 747 shoot, a stewardess from America was captured wearing paid’s clothes.
A new look
The new flight attendant uniform was designed by designer Mario Armond Zamparelli.
The flight attendant of Southwest Airlines takes the order of beverage from passengers.
Ladies in red
Flight attendants of Delta Air Lines looks stunning in red wrap uniforms designed by Richard Tyler.
Sophistication in the skies
The uniform of Faye Brown’s flight attendant is described as “glamorous and sophisticated” by designer Richard Tyler.