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- Kenya Airways CEO Allan Kilavuka said the London-based firm took up the assignment in May and will be retained for three months;
- The first objective is to survive the current depressed market, the second is to implement strategies that will make the business more sustainable in the long term;
- Crafting a viable turnaround strategy for the airline was one of the conditions for the R32 billion loan to the Kenya government from the International Monetary Fund(IMF) in March;
- The airlines net loss nearly tripled to R4.5 billion in the year ended December 2020, the worst ever in the history of the airline.