Published on March 7th, 2019 | by sligoadmin0
Air Sligo Trolley Birds to Keep Full Makeup
Air Sligo has said that all staff will be required to don full make up and wear provided uniforms when working for the airline. This is despite the national airline – Aer Lingus – dropping mandatory makeup rules for its cabin crews and introducing a uniform that incredibly includes, trousers for women.
A spokesperson for Air Sligo, Padraig McGinty – aka ‘Creepy McGinty’, stated categorically “that’s not happening here”. The airline which operates from Strandhill International Airport has come under pressure in the past for its policy on staff clothing and appearance. But management are holding firm to their position.
“The lads can wear what they want, who’ll be looking at them,” said McGinty. “However all female staff reporting for duty must be clean shaven and wear bright red lipstick, blusher and eye shadow. Trolley birds are also required to wear the provided short skirts and tight fitting blouses, the ones that don’t leave anything to the imagination”.
“Our customers,” said Creepy “are mostly male and they rightly expect these high standards to be maintained”.