South African Airways is exploring funding options for the business and investigating corporate governance failures as part of a 90-day action plan intended to restore the state-owned carrier to solvency.

“SAA is serious about rebuilding commercial sustainability and we will achieve our objectives,” Acting Chief Executive Officer Nico Bezuidenhout said in a statement today. “Tasks completed already include a review of the SAA long-haul international network as well as a re-evaluation of fleet requirements.”

SAA is technically bankrupt and surviving off state- guaranteed loans as an aging fleet and unprofitable long-haul routes contribute to heavy losses. The airline presented a 90- day rescue strategy to the government last year that includes 1.3 billion rand ($113 million) in annual savings, and remains open to selling a stake to an international competitor.

The 90-day plan, details of which were released today, includes six areas of focus. These include: addressing the airline’s liquidity position, an investigation of future funding options, correcting corporate governance failures and reviewing all assets.

Bezuidenhout, the head of SAA’s profitable low-cost carrier Mango, became acting CEO for a second time in November following the suspension of Monwabisi Kalawe, who remains on leave.

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Photo Credit: A South African Airways A340 at Heathrow Airport on August 1, 2013. flickr. Simon Boddy / Flickr