Delta Airlines debut new uniforms dubbed “Passport Plum”

May 31, 2018


Atlanta-based airline, Delta Airlines debut its new uniforms dubbed “Passport Plum” for flight attendants and other employees with designer Zac Posen on 29 May 2018.


“Since the announcement of the uniform change, there has been more than three months of wear testing the designs and fabrics on 1,000 Delta employees, leading to more than 165 changes. Among the changes were darkening the groundspeed graphite color of the men’s suit and re-examining the women’s blouse design and restructuring the cargo pockets.” reported Dallas post.

First crew wearing the new uniforms for the debut has taken off from Singapore for a flight to Tokyo.


Delta has more than 60,000 uniformed workers worldwide. Pilot uniforms won’t change.

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