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  Topic Started By:  qtipsrsweet    On:  Tue 19th October, 2010 at 23:28
user53955
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Posts: 35
#31  Re: Uniform  Posted 25/04/2014 at 10:06
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Hi guys, I was just wondering what kind of watches BA allows you to wear on duty? Thanks
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doorsfordeparture
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Posts: 49
United Kingdom
#32  Re: Uniform  Posted 25/04/2014 at 10:46
so am i getting this right..?

BA's uniform standards are that women can't wear trousers?
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Flyinggym
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Posts: 41
#33  Re: Uniform  Posted 25/04/2014 at 16:12
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At LGW we were offered the choice of trousers. I have a feeling Mixed Fleet crew don't have that option, but I could be wrong.

As far as watches are concerned there's a section in the Uniform Standards handbook. Your best bet is to run watches, earrings etc. by your trainers during training.
Edited 25/04/2014 @ 16:15 Revision #1
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user53955
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Posts: 35
#34  Re: Uniform  Posted 25/04/2014 at 18:57
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Thanks will do then :)
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Ohio2011
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Posts: 68
#35  Re: Uniform  Posted 26/04/2014 at 03:10
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The uniform standard for the ladies on MF is to wear a skirt. There is no other option unfortunately.
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Sydney289
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Posts: 11
United States
#36  Re: Uniform  Posted 13/03/2015 at 15:48
Hello there,
I am currently waiting on my start date but have been looking in to buying some cabin shoes before hand. I've already ordered so many online and had to send them all back since they do not fit. What are the uniform standards when it comes to the shoes? Any restrictions or rules how they have to look like? (Certain material, borders yes or no?) Any answer would be highly appreciated :)
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Aow87
Groupie
Posts: 52
United Kingdom
#37  Re: Uniform  Posted 02/04/2016 at 19:11
Don't know if anyone can answer this but do BA still offer a long sleeve shirt option? And are you aloud to have the uniform altered so it fits better?!?
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DebbieDoyle
Newbie
Posts: 32
United Kingdom
#38  Re: Uniform  Posted 18/04/2016 at 11:52
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I think you should wait til you start training, I heard they sell shoes at Waterside and then that way you can see them in person, try them on and be certain they meet requirements. :)
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DebbieDoyle
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Posts: 32
United Kingdom
#39  Re: Uniform  Posted 18/04/2016 at 11:54
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yes you have a few long shirts, but I heard the sleeves get dirty easily. You wont be able to tailor the shirts but things like the blazer jacket and skirts/ trousers can be taken in if needed. When you have ur fitting they will help you. only dimensions (uniform provider) will do alterations.
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JasmiineAl
Senior Member
Posts: 5
#40  Re: Uniform  Posted 19/04/2016 at 10:01
Hello! I wonder if you guys know if it is possible to become a flight attendant and wear Headscarf and trousers? I consider to apply for the mixed fleet position in future.
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