Less than a year after her appointment as the CEO of the Kenya Association of Air Operators (KAAO), Liz Aluvanze has been appointed as the Director of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority.
According to Logistics Update Africa, Aluvanze is an air transport professional with expertise in driving strategy, business growth, and implementing business process improvements. Prior to her role at KAAO, she had also worked at the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) and has worked with various airlines including Kenya Airways.
Aluvanze brings a wealth of experience as an air transport professional with knowledge and skills in air transport strategic management, engineering, regulatory policy, air laws, client relationship management, and contract negotiations.
She holds an Air Transport Master’s graduate from Cranfield University and holds a (BEng) in Aerospace Engineering from Manchester.
The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) was established on 24th October 2002 by the Civil Aviation (Amendment) Act, 2002 with the mandate to plan, develop, manage, regulate, and operate a safe, economically sustainable, and efficient civil aviation system in Kenya, in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Aviation Act, 2013.