ctober saw more milestones in
the life of CityJet as we received
an award for our achievements
last year and looked to the future with the
launch of our new crew uniforms.
e beginning of 2015 seems a long time
ago at CityJet. We went through major
changes in our business strategy throughout
the year and ended it as a stronger regional
airline with 25 new aircraft on order and
growth across all parts of our organisation.
e new activity created new jobs in the
airline and exciting new times for existing
Our winning of the European Regions
Airline Association silver “Airline of the
Year” award, which is voted for by our peers
in the industry, was tremendous recognition
for everyone at CityJet. Businesses need
to continue to evolve, and change can be
difficult. Many organisations do it gradually
and others, like CityJet last year, need to
implement very fundamental changes in a
short time frame. What we achieved was
beyond my expectations, and it made me
incredibly proud to see how staff across
the airline pulled together to grasp the
opportunities to make a real and meaningful
difference to our business.
Our award recognises this spirit. Not “can
do”, but “let’s do”.
Our new crew uniforms make their
appearance this month, created for us by
top Irish designer Aideen Bodkin with huge
input from the crews themselves. Everyone
is really excited to be wearing it, and I must
say I think it looks fantastic. is is another
step in the rebrand we commenced last year,
and presents a fresh, new look which we
hope you will like.
Executive Chairman, CityJet
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