Delta Air Lines appoints Vice President for Latin America and Caribbean

13th Dec 2010
Delta Air Lines appoints Vice President for Latin America and Caribbean

Delta Air Lines has appointed Nicolas Ferri to the newly created position of vice president – Latin America and the Caribbean effective Jan. 1, 2011.  Ferri will report to Delta President Ed Bastian. 

Based in Atlanta, Ferri will oversee and direct all of Delta’s commercial activities in the Latin America and Caribbean region, including long-term growth opportunities with SkyTeam partner Aeromexico, future codeshare partner GOL from Brazil, and the joint venture agreement with Air France KLM in Mexico.

Ferri joins Delta from the oneworld airline alliance where he has served as a vice president responsible for all alliance sales and marketing activities for commercial operations.  He started his career as a customer service agent for Pan Am in 1990 and joined United Airlines in 1992, where he became a sales manager.  Subsequently he held positions of increasing responsibility over a 10-year span in the U.S., Uruguay, Italy, Costa Rica, Taiwan, India, Philippines and Hong Kong.  He is fluent in English, German, Spanish and Italian.

“His reputation as an influencer and innovator will serve Delta well as he focuses on identifying strategic opportunities to improve our competitive and financial position in Latin America,” said Bastian.

Ferri was educated in Uruguay and holds a bachelor’s degree in law and social sciences.



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