Just over two months ago, Alaska’s new Luly Yang-designed custom uniforms were unveiled at a company event in Seattle. Since then, a group of wear testers (including many members of the AFA Uniform and Air Safety, Health, & Security Committees) have been wearing the new pieces on the job. Wear testers have been providing regular feedback regarding every aspect of the uniform from how much stretch and give the pieces have to how well the pieces hold up to washing and drying.
Whether you’ve had the chance to see a wear tester with the custom uniform in person or you’ve only seen pictures online, your AFA Uniform Committee wants to make sure that you’ve had the chance to let management and the design team know what you think about the custom uniform. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts about the custom uniform, both positive and negative, by using the online uniform feedback survey (click here to access). Not all of the pieces currently being wear tested will make it to the final uniform program; your feedback is critical to let management know what you want to see included. The online feedback site will close on Thursday, March 22, so you only have a short time left to ensure your voice is heard!
If you have any other questions about the custom uniform or the wear test, please contact your Local Uniform Committee.
Your MEC – Jeffrey Peterson, Brian Palmer, Linda Christou, Lisa Pinkston, Terry Taylor, Mario de’Medici, Melissa Osborne, Tim Green, Brice McGee; and MEC Uniform Committee Chairperson Bob Moore