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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Visibility has improved now and flights will be returning back to normal, some delays may occur due to earlier weather conditions.
flights have been diverted to various places which dependent on airport slots. The airlines will have more info on this.
once the weather has improved their may be slight delays as things try getting back to normal again.
Hi David,we are expecting conditions to improve for 11 but as the weather can be unpredictable we could not confirm.
Visibility is still poor this morning,affected passengers are advised to contact their airlines for more info regarding their flight status.
Hi Kit, If you get off at Royal Albert station, which is on the DLR, it will give you the best views.
Due to low visibility this morning flights to/from LCY are experiencing disruptions. Passengers should call their airlines for more info.
Hi Andy, how long were you waiting for at security ? We will pass on your feedback to our terminal team.
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Hi Alec, we have not received any info that suggests flights will be disrupted for Tuesday. We anticipate a normal service.
Hi Craig, flights have been operating to a normal scheduled today.
hi all London airports are affected, as soon as the fault is rectified we hope to resume normal services as soon as possible.
...as quickly as possible, please contact your airline if you are due to travel.
hi all London airports are being affected, as soon as the fault is rectified we hope to resume normal services...
flights are being affected by technical problems at the NATS control centre, please contact your airline for flight info.
Flights are being affected by technical problems at the NATS control centre, please contact your airline for further information.
..As soon as the fault is rectified we will resume normal service as quickly as possible.
Due to technical issues at the NATS control centre,which controls London's airspace,flights are being disrupted across all London airports..