Practical learning: Mang’u High School Gifted an Airplane by Kenya Airways

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In the presence of Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen, Mang’u High School has welcomed the Boeing 737 700 to boost aviation courses in the school and the Education sector. “Today, we have donated a Boeing 737-700 aircraft to Mang’u High School to enhance its aviation learning preparation. This act is a commitment to support learning institutions and nurturing the next generation of aviators,” said KQ.

The Boeing 737 is a twin-engine short- and medium-haul narrow-body passenger aircraft introduced by Boeing in 1967. It is the second best-selling commercial jet in aviation history.

At the handover, Murkomen lauded the move as complimenting government-private partnerships in advancing the country’s Competence Curriculum and aviation reforms.

“The donation is an affirmation of KQ’s support for the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) which focuses on accentuating students’ interests in particular areas of study, harnessing their innate talents, converting their passions into careers, and transforming abstract theories into practicable concepts,” said the CS.

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