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Style In The Aisles – Aegean Airlines Sophia Kokosalaki Uniforms

AEGEAN, a Star Alliance member, renewing its image and evolving the presence of its staff members, recently presented its new uniforms designed by the renowned London-based Greek fashion designer Sophia Kokosalaki.


In choosing Sophia Kokosalaki to design the company’s new uniforms, AEGEAN reaffirms its commitment to promote the work of Greeks around the world, hence highlighting the Greek nature of its operations.

Throughout all aspects of its operation, AEGEAN is inspired by Greece and the characteristics of its people.  A prime example is the selection of a Greek fashion designer excelling in the international fashion industry.

Mr Dimitris Gerogiannis, AEGEAN’s CEO, stated: “Our Company’s Greek character always pushes us to promote and showcase the work of those who share the same values with us. We are very happy about our collaboration with Sophia Kokosalaki and the new dynamism she brings to our image by creating our new staff uniforms.”


The designs of the new uniforms combine the Greek element, promoted by AEGEAN and the fashion designer’s love for Greece, which is her point of reference in all her creations. In addition, as Sophia Kokosalaki has stated, her work is guided by the principles of ancient Greek classicism: the search for balance, and economy of line, simplicity and timelessness. Sophia Kokosalaki used these same principles not only for the dress she designed for AEGEAN’s flight attendants but also for the uniforms of pilots and Airport Ground Handling personnel.

Fashion designer Sophia Kokosalaki stated:

“The image of AEGEAN is one of a dynamic, modern, Greek airline and I tried to reflect and convey that in my designs. I admire AEGEAN for the ethos that runs through all their activities and their trajectory and growth they have achieved over the years.  The uniform is functional and elegant with a hint of Grecian classicism.  Modernity, realism and quality were of major importance.”

Bringing together the company’s corporate colours (deep blue, red and grey) and Kokosalaki’s designer identity, the new uniforms represent more than just a new look, signalling the start of a new chapter for the company. The new uniforms and accessories are practical, allowing easy movement while working, while being stylish and elegant.


“I tried to retain my designer identity as well as AEGEAN’s corporate identity.  It is difficult to design clothes for many different people in different roles and achieve a beautiful effect that will please everyone. It was a great responsibility, because first impressions are important. I would like people to see Greece also as a modern, cultural and sophisticated society.

From April 1st, 2015, AEGEAN’s Pilots, Cabin Crew Members and Airport Ground Handling Personnel welcome passengers in their new uniforms, maintaining the company’s tradition with regard to aesthetic quality and Greek character while renewing the company’s presence before, during and after the flights.


Images and words courtesy of Aegean Airlines.

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2 Comments on Style In The Aisles – Aegean Airlines Sophia Kokosalaki Uniforms

  1. kas adam // 01/06/2015 at 4:14 PM // Reply

    Think the uniform for Aegean is suprerb, it is smart, clean, practical and shall fit all shapes and sizes. However I would like to have seen a short cap or some kind of sleeve on the dress, not practical for the flabbier girls! But it looks so very smart. Nice to see and their hats do not look daft at all! well sized and proportioned. KMW

  2. DEBRAJ DEY // 01/01/2016 at 3:42 PM // Reply

    I want to interested

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