BISU: Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum Educational Visit

29 Mar 2019

BISU: Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum Educational Visit

29 Mar 2019

On Thursday, March 28, Year 3 students from Pechersk and Nivki campuses visited the Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum. Students are learning about changes in transport in their Unit of Inquiry – “Where we are in time and place”. This was a fantastic hands-on experience to view changes in air transport.

Here’s what students had to say about the visit:

“I learned about old planes and how they were changed.” ~ Alisa
“My favourite activity was getting off the bus because I was so happy to see it (the museum).” ~ Vova
“I sat in the front seat (pilot) and I liked it because I want to become a pilot.” ~ Ksenia
“My favourite activity was going in airplanes because we saw where was sitting pilot.” ~ Peter
“I learn about helicopters that can stay on the water.” ~ Kirill Y
“I like most of all going inside of the plane.” ~ Hlib

Note: Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum is the youngest and, at the same time, the largest historical museum of Ukraine’s technical history. It was established in 2003, and its opening crowned the major date – the 100th anniversary of world aviation. The museum is located at the territory of the former Educational Air Base of KIIGA (now NAU), and aircrafts assigned to Base became the core of its collection. However, started with only 30 machines, today SAM owns the exposition of more than 80 aircraft and helicopters

(based on aviamuseum.com.ua)

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