Delta Air Lines has promoted Joe Esposito, Vice
President – Network Planning - Americas, to Senior Vice President
– Network Planning, effective 1 July 2018.
Joe will report directly to Delta's
President Glen Hauenstein.
With nearly 30 years at Delta, Esposito began
his career in 1990 at Delta in Airport Customer Service in
Orlando. He was most recently responsible for the economic,
financial and capacity planning of the airline's domestic system
as well as schedule planning. In his new role, Esposito will be
responsible for the day-to-day responsibilities leading Delta's
diverse global network strategy.
Esposito will fill the position of Bob
Cortelyou, Senior Vice President – Network Planning, who is
retiring from Delta effective 1 July.
Cortelyou is an airline
industry veteran of more than 30 years. Upon joining Delta in
2005, he and his team helped lead one of the largest network
transformations in aviation history as Delta evolved from a
Southeast-focused U.S. airline to a truly global carrier.
"In addition to Bob's focus on growing Delta's
network, he's also been invested in growing Delta's Network
organization by investing in talent and leadership development as
well as bench strength," Hauenstein said. "There is no one who is
more prepared to take on this role [than Joe]."
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