May 31 was International Flight Attendant Day, and while the holiday was celebrated in some circumstances with a trending hashtag, an airline announced a major staff policy.
As of that Tuesday in 2022, Virgin Atlantic revealed news that marked the occasion, with the company having relaxed certain tattoo restrictions for their cabin crew and uniformed colleagues.
The move is said to mark the first time an airline has permitted this gesture; Virgin Atlantic is also claimed to be the first airline within the United Kingdom to do so.
In a requested media statement, Estelle Hollingsworth, chief people officer at Virgin Atlantic, commented on
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