This person's favorite airline is probably Taliban era's Ariana Afghan Airlines. Or Air IS, if there is one.
I don’t remember the details but I once saw an online simulator that to get around trademark issues renamed the airlines featured. There was a Telda MD-80, an Americana 727 and an IS Airways 737.
I see nothing in these uniforms that aren’t more or less industry standard, in the US the skirt may be a finger width longer and the blouse buttoned all the way up.
I certainly see nothing offensive. Uniforms are supposed to be functional, professional and comfortable. As a poster has noted these may not be as functional as slacks, in my perspective they’re professional, and I’d assume they’re comfortable (I’m a male so I have no idea). Uniforms go through trends. There have been uniforms far more modest, and scandalous than these. If these uniforms are to be pulled, it had better be for reasons of functionality rather than them being revealing.
In Malaysia I understand that there are people who would push for sharia dress code. Airlines can’t please everyone. If the uniforms offend you, pick another airline.
To this woman: Vote with your wallet, if an airline is losing customers because of the uniforms, they’ll change them. That’s how business works. Complaining, but continuing to fly the same airline shows the execs it’s not a big issue to passengers and more of an annoyance than a problem.
I am NOT an employee of any airline or manufacturer. I speak for myself, not on the behalf of any company.