February 12, 2020 Turkish Airlines Kathmandu, Nepal and The British College have jointly announced a long-term agreement in terms of travel needs for their students and employees
General Manager of Turkish Airlines in Nepal, Abdullah Tuncer Kececi, and the Executive Principal of The British College, Joey Foster Ellis signed a memorandum of understanding amidst a function held for the occasion.
“Turkish Airlines has always been keen to support the youth of the country and have participated in various educational organisations. We believe that well educated youth will be the bright future of the country. We would 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, Abdullah Tuncer Kececi.
“Education is the gateway to the world and so is Turkish Airlines. At The British College we have brought an international standard of education to our students but we believe that is not enough. The students need international exposure to learn more and understand the world better. So we want to provide our students the opportunity to get that international exposure through various trips to different countries,” said Executive Principal of The British College, Joey Foster Ellis.
As per the agreement, Turkish Airlines will provide students fares and extra luggage facilities upon presentation of their Student ID card. Employees of the Institution shall also be eligible for the special fares for the travel with Turkish Airlines.