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Turkish Airlines Nepal partners with Advanced College of Engineering and Management

2021 Feb 07, 12:32, KATHMANDU

General Manager of Turkish Airlines in Nepal, Mr. Abdullah Tuncer Kececi, and the Executive

Director of The Advanced College of Engineering and Management, Mr. Kapil Regmi signed a

memorandum of understanding amidst a function held for the occasion at the college premises.

The MOU highlights the possible collaborations for mutual advancements in the future. The

promising graduates from the institution could play a key role in technological up-gradation,

innovation, and competitiveness of an industry. Both parties believe that close co-operation

between the two would be of major benefit to the student community to enhance their skills

and knowledge.

“Turkish Airlines has always been keen to support the youth of the country and have

participated in various educational organizations. We believe that the well educated youth will

be the bright future of the country. We will like to encourage the youth to go abroad, educate

themselves and then return back to work hard for their country ” said General Manager of

Turkish Airlines in Nepal, Mr. Abdullah Tuncer Kececi.

ABOUT TURKISH AIRLINES: Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance

member Turkish Airlines has a fleet of 351 (passenger and cargo) aircraft flying to 320

worldwide destinations as 268 international and 50 domestic, in 126 countries. Currently,

Turkish Airlines Kathmandu operates regular flights to Istanbul and beyond and is the only

European carrier that connects Nepal directly to Europe. Due to current pandemic scenario

Turkish Airlines globally operates to around 219 destinations safely and hygienically.


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