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Emirates store launches official Emirates' cabin crew and pilot uniform for children

Posted 26 May 2015 · Add Comment

Emirates Official Store launches official Emirates' cabin crew and pilot uniform for children in its Spring/Summer 2015 collection.

Aspiring cabin crew and pilots aged 3 to 8 years old can now play dress up as the exclusive collection is now available at the Emirates Official Stores and online www.emiratesofficialstore.com). 

Retailing at AED 210 for the uniform, young globalistas can complete the crew and pilot look (http://bit.ly/dressupuniform) with the iconic Emirates red hat and pilot hat which cost from AED 95. 

“We work hard to find creative ways to delight our customers who already have a great affinity for the Emirates brand, and continually refresh our range of branded merchandise for our global customers and also aspiring globalistas,” said David Staff, Merchandising Manager of the Emirates Official Store. 

“The Emirates Official Store offers a range of children products, including our ‘Little Travellers’ collection which comprises good quality and well-designed items from baby bodysuits to luggage. Our new uniform range for children closely mirrors the original employee uniform in terms of quality and finishing, and I’m confident that the new uniforms will be very well received.”

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