Diploma in Travel and Tourism at International Airline Ticketing Academy

Course Description

The Diploma programme is focussed in Airline Reservations (Fares & E-Ticketing), Marketing, GDS Amadeus, Airport Operations and Cargo Handling with visual aids, Simulation exersices and Airline Computer Training.

Especially intended for : – O/L and A/L school leavers, Travel Agents, Airline Staff, Customer Services, Marketing and Management personnel, Cruise Ship Staff, Frequent Travellers, Security Personnel, Bank Staff, Airport & Aviation Staff, Part Time job seekers, Hotel Staff, Embassy Staff, Tour Operators, Cabin Crew, Those who wish to gain knowledge…

Only a limited number of students will be enrolled for these courses and will be conducted at Our Academy. The course will be held on following days : -

* Saturday – from 1500 to 1800
* Sunday – from 0930 to 1230
* Tuesday – from 0930 to 1230
* Thursday – from 0930 to 1230

The course will be completed within a period of three (03) calendar months (11 Sessions and open book exam). The course fees are as follows

Fee                     LKR 30000                            ($)USD 300

Qatar Airways, Air Arabia, All Nippon Airways, Air Mauritius, Indian Airlines, Olympic Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Air New Zealand, South African Airlines, Jet Airways, American Airlines, United Airlines and Air Canada will offer on-the-job training for students of the Academy.

Sineth Lowe (11 years) from Second Chance Travel youngest student to have passed Airline Diploma from our Academy.

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  • Event Start Date :

    2017-01-14

  • Phone :

    +94-(0)11-2657342 / +94-(0)11-2657767

  • Email :

    airline@webstation.lk

  • Website :

    http://www.airlineacademy.lk/

  • Organizer Information

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    IATA1991

  • Organizer Name :

    International Airline Ticketing Academy

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