PSA Employees Participate in New American Uniform Wear-Test

PSA Employees Participate in New American Uniform Wear-Test

As the New American continues its evolution into the largest airline in the world, they continue to work toward the ideal look and feel for the company. Developing the appropriate new uniform for crew members is a large part of this initiative.

Lisa Wulff and Jeffrey Jackson- new uniform being wear tested

Lisa Wulff and Jeffrey Jackson- new uniform being wear tested

As a wholly owned subsidiary of American, PSA plays a substantial role in representing the American brand each day. As such, a sample of PSA employees are currently participating in the final days of American’s wear-test of new uniform prototypes. The wear-test, meant to introduce a possible new look to employees and passengers, is also meant to offer an opportunity for feedback.

Captain William Mathieson and Flight Attendant Trena Mitchell wear-testing the new uniform prototype

Captain William Mathieson and Flight Attendant Trena Mitchell wear-testing the new uniform prototype

American Airlines has collected feedback and is “exploring options to develop some new designs and prototypes,” according to Vice President of Marketing, Fernand Fernandez. “We anticipate sharing the updated designs in the coming months and moving forward with those for our final uniform. Because these changes are a direct result of your feedback, we think you’ll be very pleased with the changes in store!”

The wear-test has been a great experience for PSA employees to be involved in the evolution of the new American image and a great opportunity to take part in the community of all of the invested employees of American Airlines Group.