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British Airways rewards top travel agents in Lagos

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Bodunrin Olowolagba, British Airways Sales Manager Nigeria (left); Bukky Akintobi, Managing Director, Bravo Alpha Travels and winner of business class ticket to London, and Ademola Sanya, British Airways Trade Sales Manager Nigeria at the award presentation in Lagos

British Airways recently rewarded top performing Nigerian Travel agents in Lagos.

The event, which was hosted by British Airways’ Trade Sales Manager for Nigeria, Ademola Sanya, was held to honour and appreciate top travel agents and also focus on updates on its products and services as well as new initiatives in service delivery and selling of BA products. The event had in attendance over 100 top travel agents operating all over Nigeria.

Speaking on the event, the Regional Commercial Manager for West Africa, Kola Olayinka said: “It is always an exciting time when we gather with our Trade Partners at events like this. It gives us the opportunity to discuss and interact with them, on our various offerings and how to better equip and serve them.”

Commenting on the event, Mr Bernard Bankole, Managing Director Finchglow Travels and NANTA President in Nigeria commended British Airways for remaining a strong leader in the Aviation sector in the country, while also thanking them for the awards and the Training session.

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According to him, “this would incentivise us to do even more for BA.”

Winners that emerged from the award include Finchglow Travel who clinched the highest selling agent countrywide and Quantum Travels, which bagged the award for the highest-selling agent to the Unites States. Other Agents who received awards and were highly commended by the BA management team were Traveltron, Reward Travels and HRG.

During the event, Mrs Bukky Akintobi, MD of Bravo Alpha Travels emerged the lucky winner of the raffle draw of a free business class ticket to London.


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