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ITC’s Next Top Flight Model

Posted on 20/04/2011 by

The Airport Training Centre in Botany hosted a very interesting group of aspiring Flight Attendants in this months student event.

Each class had at least one model and the class decided the theme, and designed outfits accordingly. There was a spectacular array of Polynesian influence, wacky out of space designs, and then of course the Tutor entry, Jacey Patterson who made a gorgeous ‘Miss Thing’!

The crew were introduced and their outfits defined. Many were hand made, or hand sewn, with clearly much thought and effort put into the finer details of the design. After introductions each ‘flightie’ was challenged with walking the aisle with a tray of glasses, and of course safely stowing luggage in the overhead lockers. The FIT2Fly team made the luggage look like a heavy weight, and the Robot ‘Hot ITCer’ proved that the liquid was truly going to come out of her cones…!!!

The judges had a very hard time narrowing down winners from such a great stream of contestants. It was obvious how much thought and team effort had gone in to each and every design. In the end, Aisea Halo from the CTT01b’s took out the award from best model with his rather wacky 70’s design, and the fab afro hairdo. Loved the flares!

The prize for number one class went to the CAV03’s Wings to Paradise whose two flight attendants were serenaded with the subtle pangs of the ukulele as they modeled their designer uniforms complete with logoed shirts and poly design theming coming through to make them the stand out favourites.

Thanks to the judges for your time and thought, to the models for grooming yourselves so superbly, and to your classmates who dressed, sewed, painted, wrote PA announcements, and generally supported! Another very successful ITC event!

A big thanks to Kirsten and all the team at Botany for organising such a great event.


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