Major Airlines Have Stopped Using Gendered Uniforms

A number of major airlines, including JetBlue, Virgin Atlantic, and Alaska Airlines, have begun to retire or seriously alter their gender-specific uniform policies.

In 2021, JetBlue became one of the first U.S.-based airlines to offer crew members a choice of uniform pieces, hair, and makeup combinations aimed at departing from the company’s previous gendered clothing policy.

“JetBlue’s gender-inclusive uniform and hair and makeup policy offers crew members a combination of uniform pieces, rather than items based on binary gender terms,” JetBlue spokesman Derek Dombrowski told the network. “By adopting a consistent and inclusive program, JetBlue ensures that all crew members can feel represented.”

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