JetBlue Appoints New Loyalty V.P. and Head of Revenue and Planning

By Paul Riegler on 5 June 2019
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DSC_0453JetBlue Airways announced multiple executive appointments and one retirement on Wednesday.

Marty St. George, the airline’s chief commercial officer, will leave JetBlue in June following a 13-year career with the airline. No replacement has been named as of press time.

The carrier also announced the appoint of Scott Laurence, currently senior vice president for airline planning, to the role of head of revenue and planning, where he will oversee the airline’s sales and revenue management organization. Mr. Laurence joined JetBlue in 2008 and previously worked at US Airways and United Airlines.

The airline further announced the appointment of Don Uselman to the position of vice president for loyalty and personalization, where he will be responsible for JetBlue’s TrueBlue frequent-flyer program. Mr. Uselman joined the airline in 2006 and most recently served as its director of operations at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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