|65% polyester and 35% cotton; 100% cotton; Or as your request
|White,Black,Grey,Navy,Khaki and so on.Or as your request
|CE , RoHS, REACH and CPSIA
|ODM, OEM, Design Service Offered and Buyer Label Offered are welcomed.
2.25-35days depends on the QTY
|1pc per polybag or as your request
|By sea,by air,TNT,DHL,Fedex,UPS,EMS etc
|Price can be negotiable once quantities confirmed.
The pilot uniform is customized with reference to the uniform of the navy officer; in this way, when passengers see the pilot in the captain’s suit sitting in front, it will reduce their nervousness to a certain extent and increase their flight comfort. As a result, the attire of the pilot has changed into black pants, a double-breasted suit, and cuff loops at the cuffs; the hat has become a white officer’s hat with a gold or silver company logo. With the development of the times, although the current civil aviation pilot uniforms are slightly different from before, the basic attire has not essentially changed. For example, Pan Am had the same idea at the time, and the attire of the pilot had a certain influence on the mood of the passengers. Although modern airliners are already very advanced and safe; however, as a passenger, he saw a pilot in uniform sitting in the cockpit and a person wearing shorts, camisole and pedals sitting in the cockpit.
Captain’s uniform: commonly known as “four bars”, representing Profession; Knowledge; Flyingskill flight technology; Responsibility. Co-pilot uniform: commonly known as the “three bars” respectively represent Profession; Knowledge; Flyingskill flying technology. The “two bars” are generally flight students in flight schools, and cannot be regarded as mature civil aviation pilots in the strict sense. Airline safety officers also wear “two bars” and are not counted as pilots. Pilots usually wear winged badges to indicate their flight qualifications and seniority. The color generally matches the color of the sleeve stripes, and the badge can be a metal pin or embroidered patch. They usually follow a model centered on company logos. For American airlines, the captain usually has a star above his head, encircling a laurel wreath, similar to a command pilot of the United States Air Force (USAF).