Highlights

  • PIA sent a memo to cabin crew
  • Instructing their crew to wear proper dress including undergarments
  • PIA instructs the crew their poor dressing leaves bad impression on the organisation

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PIA in an internal memo sent to their cabin crew to wear proper formal dress including undergarments. 

Pakistan International Airlines has sent an internal memo to its cabin crew asking them to wear proper dress including undergarments.

According to Geo TV the internal memo says that the poor dressing of the cabin crew is leaving a bad impression and portraying the airlines in a negative light.

The memo further instructed the cabin crew that few cabin crew used to dress casually while travelling intercity and staying in hotels and it leaves a bad impression on the viewers and portrays a bad image of the organisation.

It further instructs the cabin crew to wear formal plain clothes over 'proper undergarment'. The memo reads that the dress should be as per the country's norms and culture.

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