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LABS produces 2018 IATA Best Performer In Nigeria

Posted 18 February 2019 · Add Comment

Landover Aviation Business School (LABS), a leading aviation training school in West Africa, has produced the student with the best performance in Nigeria in the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Foundation in Travel and Tourism with Amadeus course in the December 2018.

 

Adeola Alade, a graduate of LABS made a distinction in the course and became IATA Overall Best Performer in Nigeria. LABS had produced IATA Best Performer in Nigeria in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017. In addition, LABS was awarded IATA Top Authorized Training Center in Nigeria in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Ivica Kovacic, Head, Global Partnerships and Innovations, IATA Training said: “On behalf of IATA Training, I congratulate you on successfully completing the Foundation in Travel and Tourism with Amadeus course and acknowledge you as the student with the Best Performance in your country for the December 2018 exam session. As our Best Performer, feel free to use this recognition as a reference in any future job application. IATA Training will gladly act as a referrer in your career journey. We wish you great success in your professional development.”

Aduke Atiba, executive director of Landover Company said: “At Landover Aviation Business School, we recognise excellence and that is why we are celebrating you today. We are very proud of you.”

Alade said of her award: “I am excited and happy. This is a dream come true for me. I will not settle for the best any longer but always strive for excellence. In fact, I have started putting some of the things I learnt to use. I now organize tour packages for people because it is in high demand. I am also hoping to register my own Travel and Tour Agency with the Corporate Affairs Commission as soon as possible,” she said.

Landover Aviation Business School is approved by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) as an Authorized Training Center in Nigeria. The School offers courses all through the year facilitated by qualified and specialized resident and international instructors. The Institute deploys latest technology and expertise in the highly dynamic global aviation industry in providing its students with world-class theoretical and practical training courses to empower them to become excellent and globally recognised aviation professionals. 

L-r: Aduke Atiba, executive director, Landover Company, presenting the 2018 IATA Best Performer in Nigeria Award to Adeola Alade, a graduate of Landover Aviation Business School (LABS), at the School in Lagos,

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