By Renn Offor
National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA), led by its National President, Bernard Bankole with some executives paid a courtesy visit to the Lagos office of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) on Tues day.
The visit is part of the continued effort of the travel association’s new leadership to renew the relationship it has enjoyed for the years with critical stakeholders in the travel business.
It would be recalled that shortly after the leadership assumed its duties, it quickly swung into work by paying its first visit to the Lagos office of Virgin Atlantic in Ikeja, Lagos.
CAPTION: L-R: Ifeyinwa Ukpaka, Aviation Industry Analyst, South West Africa, International Air Transport Association (IATA); Samson Fatokun, Area Manager, South West Africa, IATA; Bernard Bankole, National President, National Associations of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) and Olobor Osaro Sylvester, Executive Secretary, NANTA, during a courtesy visit by NANTA to IATA office, Lagos.
Mr. Bernard Bankole was elected the new NANTA president during it 2016 AGM which held at Premiere Hotel Ibadan in March.
Accompanying him on this visit is Olobor Osaro Sylvester, NANTA’s Executive Secretary.