Posted October 1, 2018

American Airlines' Cory Garner Will Stay With The Carrier After All

When American Airlines VP of sales and distribution strategy Cory Garner in July revealed plans to retire from the airline at the end of the year, he noted: "I’m sure you haven’t heard the last from me." Indeed, we haven't. Garner has reversed his decision to take a voluntary package from the airline. Instead, he has chosen to remain in his current role. Read More »
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Posted July 17, 2018

Distribution VP Cory Garner Will Depart American Airlines

American Airlines VP of sales and distribution strategy Cory Garner will leave the airline. The carrier has not named a replacement, but Garner "will remain with American until the end of the year to assist in the transition," according to an official. Read More »
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Posted May 8, 2013 - Miami

AA's Garner Provides Postmortem On API Use By TMCs

American Airlines managing director for sales operations and distribution Cory Garner has been the lead guy on efforts to connect all indirect distributors to the airline's application programming interface since first announcing that strategy in 2009. He waxed nostalgic last month about certain aspects of the program—in particular, its lack of success as a direct pipe for corporate travel management companies. Read More »
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Posted May 22, 2012

AA Ramps Up 'Personalization' In Selling And Tailoring Services

"My immediate thought was that it was either a promotion or a generic airfare sale email." That was the posting by one frequent flyer on a FlyerTalk message board, but, on closer examination, the email turned out to be more than a slice of spam. Rather, it extended to the American Airlines customer an offer for an itinerary previously searched on aa.com, but never booked. "Still looking for great prices from Chicago O'Hare, IL, to Los Angeles, CA?" the email asked. Read More »
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Posted December 18, 2009 - New York City

INTERVIEW: AA Execs On Direct Connect Strategy

American Airlines executives discuss direct-connect strategy. Read More »
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