London City Airport’s Travel Training Mania
London City Airport’s on-line training modules launched just two weeks ago, have proved an instant success with the travel agent community. The LCY Academy has attracted hundreds of agents, downloading their certificate and claiming their reward – valid for the first 200 successful passes; a completion rate that surpasses similar on-line courses.
The curriculum is delivered over 5 modules covering airport access, facilities, route network, operating airlines, and has interactive maps, plus a video of the £7m terminal refurbishment, due for completion by February 2011. With the 2012 Olympics fast approaching, London City Airport is becoming a focus for London with its location just 3 miles from the, Queen Elizabeth Olympic park and the new Westfield retail mall-Stratford City.
Tricia Handley, Marketing Communications Director for London City Airport commented: “We are thrilled to be the first UK airport to launch this programme and equally thrilled by the immediate response and enthusiasm received from the business travel community. The 5 modules, are an excellent tool for us to educate, inform and communicate with those unfamiliar with our unique selling points.”
To complete the London City Airport certification visit www.lcyacademy.com, all participants will be entered into a free bi-monthly prize draw for two return tickets to selected London City Airport destinations.
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Hi,we haven't received any info which suggest any problems.If/when we receive any info we will communicate,watch this space.
Hi, we haven't received any info which suggest any problems.If/when we receive any info we will communicate,watch this space.
Visibility has improved and flights will be returning to normal but due to earlier weather conditions some flight may experience disruptions
us and Heathrow. We hope it clears soon and will communicate on improvements when we receive any latest information.
airlines have certain regulations in which they can operate in too which becomes technical,but today fog has affected both..
Unfortunately in poor conditions like today, our steep approach and small runway become difficult for pilots to land..
We hope it clears soon too. We do apologise for the inconvenience, any latest info we receive we will be sure to post right here.
We are still experiencing low visibility this afternoon. Passengers are advised to call their airlines before travelling to the airport.
we do advise that you check with your airline as they will have more information to supply in regards to your flight status.
Hi Tom, at present conditions are still very poor outside. Any latest info we receive we will communicate right here.
Visibility still remains poor this morning at LCY.Affected passengers should call their airlines for more information http://t.co/hr0u5C6Z6E
Morning Craig, unfortunately weather conditions here are still poor. We will update you on any latest info we receive asap.
Visibility is still poor at LCY this morning. Passengers are advised to call their airlines for more info regarding their flight status.
Due to poor weather conditions this AM flights to/from LCY are experiencing disruptions.Passengers should call their airlines for more info.
For more information about poor weather conditions at London City Airport please click here http://t.co/sI3BNatUMa
Morning, we are experiencing flight disruptions due to poor weather conditions, you should call your airline for more information.
Morning Andy, we are experiencing flight disruptions this AM due to weather conditions, we advise you to contact your airline