Aviatrix Hub Graduates Flight Dispatchers Again, Urges Professionalism

Aviatrix Hub Graduates Flight Dispatchers Again, Urges Professionalism

Aviatrix Hub, an Approved Training Organization (ATO) in the Nigeria aviation industry, has graduated a new set of batch five flight dispatchers who recently completed the Advanced Flight Dispatch course, having gone through a six weeks intensive training and course study at the institution’s centre located along the road to the International wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Chief Executive Officer of Aviatrix Hub, Mrs. Victoria Adegbe urged the dispatchers to deploy the skills and knowledge learnt to improve the image and safety of the aviation industry.

Mrs. Victoria said “the aviation industry is a global village. Therefore, you must continue to maintain the highest form of discipline, professionalism and good conduct wherever you find yourself in order to remain relevant in the sector”

She admonished them to cultivate friendly disposition while interacting with aircraft crew affirming that the safety of any flight rest on their shoulders hence they must not give room for mediocrities neither should they allow personal emotions becloud their sense of judgement.

According to her “the pilots and the airline companies rely on the flight dispatchers to ensure the safety of the aircraft and passengers right from when the plane is on ground, during passengers facilitation up until when it is been prepared for take-off to when it arrived at its destination.

Your role is critical to ensuring safety in the airspace. You must be patriotic to the country when you find yourself on a foreign airline and must always maintain a cordial and friendly relationship with colleagues, the crew and airport authorities” she told the graduates.

Also speaking, Aviatrix Hub Director of Training, Mr. Olatunde Oyewo urged them to be good ambassadors in the aviation industry adding that the sector is in dire need of competent flight dispatchers as a result of their important roles in any flight operation.

One of the graduates, Moses Emmanuel told airport correspondents that the training has sharpened his skills and broadened knowledge of the demands of the industry and understanding of flight preparations and release.

The rest, Racheal John-Adeniji and Alvin Ocheja were upbeat that they are well equipped to commence their careers in flight dispatch and operations in the aviation sector.

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Albinus Chiedu

Albinus Chiedu is a journalist, aviation media consultant, events management professional, and author. He has practiced journalism since 2000.

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