Turkish Airlines begins employing flight attendants in headscarves
A headscarf protest in 2004. Hürriyet photoTurkish Ground Service, a partnership between Turkish Airlines (THY) and Havaş, has officially begun employing flight attendants who wear headscarves, Aiporthaber.com has reported.
Two flight attendants with specially tailored uniforms and headscarves began working a few days ago on a Turkish Ground Service flight.
The demand reportedly came from employees who wished to be able to cover up during flights.
The requirement that called for the hair of THY flight attendants to be "fully out, neatly combed and put up" was removed in 2010.