Tennis player, model, commentator…What can’t Eugenie Bouchard do?

The Canadian’s latest endeavor was joining Flair Airlines to reveal their brand new uniforms, and they even did it at 38,000 feet.

Invitees of the event boarded a Boeing 737 at the Toronto Pearson International Airport and made themselves comfortable while enjoying complimentary gifts, such as masks and reusable bags. The flight then took off for the hour-long flight en route to Montreal, and Bouchard stepped into her role as co-hostess.

The 27-year-old, who’s an ambassador for the Canadian airline, welcomed passengers alongside Flair Airlines CEO Stephen Jones. Bouchard hosted quizzes and trivia games that allowed guests to win prizes, including tennis balls signed by the former world No. 5. She also modeled the new and improved uniforms for the Flair Airlines crew, looking like she was born for the job. The uniforms combine inclusivity, comfort, and sophistication, and the new gender fluid styles were designed by the flight attendant team themselves.

Bouchard seemed to approve, and also commented on what the company means to her.


“I’m thrilled to be part of an event that involves a true-to-themselves brand that walks the walk and cares about Canadians. The company and crew are great people and allowing fans to be part of this special surprise makes it even better!”

Bouchard has spent some time off the court lately, rehabbing from her shoulder surgery earlier this summer, but she certainly knows how to stay busy. In addition to her work with Flair Airlines, the Las Vegas resident is also just coming off a short stint working as a Tennis Channel analyst. It’s no question Bouchard can wear many hats well, but we’re certainly looking forward to the one she wears as she returns to competition.