Vietjet Air, the airline that skyrocketed to fame for featuring bikini-clad stewardesses and making it"™s founder Vietnam"™s first female billionaire, has officially announced its plan to serve flights to Indonesia without the revealing and popular bikini gimmick.
According to deputy director for commercial affairs, Jay L. Lingeswara, the bikini-wearing attendants are only featured during specific occasions. "We strongly believe and are committed to offering the best and suitable services to the Indonesian market," he said, The Jakarta Post reported.
Indonesian Transportation Minister, Budi Karya Sumadi, reassured the public that Vietjet Air will make certain adjustments to their attendant"™ dress coding for the flights to and from the country.
"There won"™t be [bikini uniform]. I"™ve told them that this is a Muslim-majority country. We have to respect each other, and I asked them to wear decent dresses," he said during the press conference in Jakarta on Aug. 22, Tempo reported…