Posted by: APO | 10 April 2017

Technical University of Kenya (TUK) lands high tech aviation training devices

Aerospace and Aviation Engineering programme students at Technical University of Kenya (TUK) can now afford hands-on training on a high-tech CF6-80A2 aircraft engine that powers Airbus A310 and Boeing 767. The CF6-80A2 engine manufactured by General Electric (GE) ([www.GE.com](http://www.ge.com/)) along with aviation maintenance training books, training aids, reading materials, used aircraft parts… Read more on http://ge.africa-newsroom.com/press/technical-university-of-kenya-tuk-lands-high-tech-aviation-training-devices?lang=en


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