Kenya Airways Chief Executive Officer Sebastian Mikosz has been appointed to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) board on an interim basis, reports Business Daily Africa.
According to the report, Mr Mikosz will stay on the board until next year when IATA holds its annual general meeting in Sydney, Australia, from June 3-5.
“I am honoured to be appointed to the Board of IATA. This for me represents an opportunity to bring knowledge, experiences and passion for my profession to serve current, prospective and future communities, while also focusing on diversity and inclusion in the aviation industry,” Mr Mikosz said
Sebastian Mikosz has more than 20 years of professional experience in executive management both in the private and public sector.
Mr Mikosz, who took over at Kenya Airways in June, has previously been CEO of eSky.pl, the leading central European online travel agent.
He has also been president and CEO of LOT Polish Airlines, one of the oldest airlines in the world - a position he held twice including an in depth turnaround of the company.