Sri Lankan airlines flight stewardesses display their new attire in Colombo. The national carrier changed its crew attire and introduced new menus and onboard entertainment to lure more tourists to Sri Lanka after the end of country's 25-year civil war. Colombo, Sri Lanka. 16/02/2010.
Sri Lankan airlines flight stewardess exhibits their new attire in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010. The national carrier changed its crew attire and introduced new menus and onboard entertainment to lure more tourists to Sri Lanka after the end of country's 25-year civil war.
SriLankan Airlines has embarked on an exciting new journey that would give their passengers a richer Taste of the Paradise, they already know and love.
The Airline is introducing a whole new experience on ground and in the air, that promises its passengers a total “Change in the way You fly !”
Beginning the journey with its iconic logo the monara or the peacock , the airline’s front line staff from cabin to ground crew will sport a brand new look and a warmer smile.
But the charm, elegance and grace of the peacock will be preserved as the hundreds of beautiful stewardesses at SriLankan Airlines undergo this transformation. Their iconic Kandyan Saree uniform still retains its oriental charm but yet have a distinctive modern appeal and contemporary look. The new colour palette plays with the soft hues of sea blue splashed with the delicate multi-hued motifs of the peacock feather with its shimmering iridescent bursts of electric orange mottled with dark, light blue and white.
While the women and men who take care of every little detail of a passengers’ comfort on ground and in flight, will offer a vastly improved level of service, decked in their new uniforms, the airline’s onboard kitchen has turned an entirely new chapter in their in flight meal service and offers its passengers a tempting array of mouth watering signature dishes and cocktails never served on board before. And passengers have the added choice of ordering from a new A la carte menu and having their meals literally cooked on board!