Travel and Tourism students fly high in London

Travel and Tourism students fly high in London

05 August

Travel and Tourism students visited London recently to experience a range of tourist attractions as well as an educational trip to major airline.

The students, who are studying airline cabin crew and aviation services participated in safety and emergency training at the Emirates airlines aviation experience.

Tutor Helen Bramley who joined the group on the trip said: “The simulators are a wonderful facility for the students to see and gain valuable knowledge for their future career path.

“Visits such as this to major airlines allows the students to consider various career choices available from cabin crew to in the cockpit.”

Students also enjoyed taking the cable car over Greenwich and a walking tour of the city, taking in sights, including Westminster Palace, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament, Covent Garden,  Big Ben and the London eye. 

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