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  1. 700UW

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    Is there a link on the Employee Travel Page for the Dress Code?

    Thanks, or a link anywhere for non-rev flying?
     
  2. Dont call me Shirley

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    took quite a few clicks, try: https://wings.usairways.com/uswings/travel/Employee%20Travel%20Guide%2011-16-11.pdf

    (Wings login required)

    Here is what it says:
    DRESS GUIDELINES FOR LEISURE TRAVEL
    US Airways asks its employees and their pass riders to exercise good judgment when selecting their
    travel attire. Attire should be in good repair, neat, clean, and conservative in appearance. In all situations
    common sense should be the determining factor.
    Unacceptable attire in both Coach and First/Envoy Class includes any clothing that is torn, faded,
    soiled, wrinkled, cut−off, has ragged edges or holes; clothing with offensive graphics or terminology;
    and provocative or revealing clothing such as micro/mini−skirts, bare midriff, halter, tank, tube or bra
    tops.
    Coach Class: Pass Riders may wear casual attire, including shorts (no shorter than three inches
    above the knee), t−shirts, jogging suits or athletic clothing, baseball−style caps, beach footwear (including
    flip−flops and Croc−style footwear), and athletic shoes.
    First/Envoy Class: Pass riders may wear casual attire, including blue or black denim jeans, skirts, capri
    pants, and sandals, provided the attire is in good repair, neat, clean, and conservative. Unacceptable
    attire in First or Envoy Class includes t−shirts, shorts, jogging suits, athletic gear, baseball−style
    caps, athletic shoes, beach footwear, flip−flops (including Croc−style footwear).
    A good recommendation to follow is: “if you have to question if what you are wearing is appropriate,
    then it most likely is not and should not be worn for travel on US Airways flights as a non−revenue
    passenger.”



    It has come a long way from sport jacket, collard shirt, dress slacks for coach.
     
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  3. 700UW

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    Thanks, I thought you couldnt wear a T-Shirt in Coach?
     

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