Sheila Dahl has 34 years of experience in the Travel Industry and she is the Primary Evening and Weekend Instructor at The Travel Academy. In 1976, Sheila graduated from Stratford Women’s College/Tampa College with a Diploma in Travel & Public Relations. Sheila has over 20 years of Leisure Travel Agent experience with highly successful travel agencies where she booked air, hotels, cruises, and package tours for her clients. Following her position as a Leisure Agent, she was hired by Sun Country Airlines and booked travel arrangements for airline customers in the Reservation’s Department.
In 1999, Sheila moved into the Travel Department at Sun Country where she was responsible for the travel arrangements and flight benefits of airline employees. She was promoted to Manager of the Travel Department after just one year. In addition, Sheila was the Manager of Champion Air’s Travel Department from 2002 to 2008 where she was responsible for coordinating all of the travel arrangements for charter airline operations. Her extensive knowledge of the travel agency operations and airline management experience will leave you with all the tools necessary to succeed in the Travel Industry.
Travel Academy News
What to Expect from a Flight Attendant School- Connections!
This week The Travel Academy was contacted by Hainan Airlines- the sixth largest airline in China. Hainan is interested in recruiting our students to work as international flight attendants- flying from Beijing to Seattle and Boston.
Not only do they want to recruit now, Hainan also expressed an interest in forming an ongoing relationship with The Travel Academy to recruit more students as time goes by. Needless to say, The Travel Academy was pleased with such a prospect. We always jump at the opportunity to create and nurture connections that will help our students move forward.
Published: Fri, 17 Oct 2014 21:34:02
Flight Attendant School- Know Your Airplanes
One of the most important responsibilities of being an effective flight attendant is knowing the aircraft you’re working on. You need to be keenly aware aware of how it is laid out for both safety and comfort. At our flight attendant school, instructors educate students on a number of aircraft layouts so that they enter the workforce with a strong knowledge base of many airplanes. This knowledge not only helps students land jobs, but it also...
Published: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 19:52:06