Hairline receding? Go Bald: New Cabin Crew Regulations for Air India

Air India has updated its grooming guidelines for cabin crew . Crew members with deep receding hairline and balding spots should switch to a clean shaved or bald look .

Air India, a Tata-owned company, has updated its grooming guidelines for its cabin crew.Male cabin crew with deep receding hairline and balding spots should switch to a clean shaved or bald look, according to one of the points in the updated guidelines.Hundreds of cabin crew members would take time to adapt to the new regulations, according to a news agency, citing unidentified Air India sources.The crew's statements and photos are not compatible with international law.

A breast look is also allowed for crews with male balding patterns.A crew with U and V shape hairline on the crown, visible scalp, and large bald patches must maintain a full bald appearance.For a smooth appearance, the head must be shaved daily.According to the cabin crew handbook, a crew cut is not allowed.

Always appreciate a secluded chat.Tata Sons took over Air India in October last year, almost 70 years since its nationalization.The airline's prize is a salt-to-software conglomerate, which the government purchased in December last year.In the spirit of improving its domestic and international operations, Air India will gradually induct 30 new aircraft, including five wide-body Boeing planes.

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