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Southwest Airlines selects Serko as NDC partner


SOUTHWEST AIRLINES has signed an agreement with Serko to provide NDC content to the travel and expense management technology provider’s Zeno platform. Under the agreement, Zeno will be the first online booking tool to provide Southwest content via the ATPCO NDC Exchange. The deal means Zeno clients will be able


to shop, book, ticket and change Southwest Airlines flights. According to Serko, the connection also allows the purchase of EarlyBird Check-in during initial booking as well as post-ticketing. Southwest Airlines content is expected to


be available to Zeno users in North America from 1 October. The OBT is offered by CWT in North America.


MOVERS& SHAKERS


AISHA BATTERSBY Flight Centre Business Travel (FCBT) has promoted Aisha Battersby to head of customer experience. Battersby was previously head of strategic account management across both FCBT and its sister division, Corporate Traveller.


APRIL BRIDGEMAN BCD Travel has appointed Advito MD April Bridgeman to lead its new Stay by BCD Travel division as senior VP, hotel solutions. Bridgeman will also continue in her Advito role. She has been with BCD Travel since 2003.


NICOLAS FERRI Grupo Aeromexico has appointed Nicolas Ferri as chief commercial officer and executive vice-president. In his previous post at Delta Air Lines, he oversaw the Joint Cooperation Agreement between the airlines.


KARELLE LAMOUCHE Karelle Lamouche has been appointed to the newly created role of chief commercial officer for Europe at Accor. She steps up from senior vice-president for sales and marketing distribution and revenue management.


ERIK MAGNUSON CWT has appointed Erik Magnuson as vice-president of air distribution capabilities. He was previously senior director of revenue management, having joined Carlson in 2006, and has worked in the US and Europe.


DELTA SUPPORTS TRUST FUNDRAISING RIDE


As official airline partner of The Prince’s Trust, Delta Air Lines is supporting this year’s Palace to Palace bike ride. The annual fundraising event is a 45-mile course from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle. The Prince’s Trust helps vulnerable young


people get their lives on track. It supports the unemployed and aims to help children struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. The event will be held on Sunday 6 October and is open to riders of all levels. It offers two routes – the 45 mile Classic or 90 mile Ultra. n Sign up at princes-trust.org.uk/events


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MAJA PRZYBYLOWSKA Hire Space has appointed Maja Przybylowska as account manager, working on corporate accounts across EMEA and APAC. She joins from the Royal Lancaster London and was previously at Grass Roots Meetings and Events.


MATHIAS SALEBORN BridgeStreet has appointed Mathias Saleborn as managing director for EMEA and APAC. Saleborn most recently served as a director at Luxury Hotel Partners and prior to this as director at Leading Hotels of the World.


NEIL ROBINSON Neil Robinson is has taken the role of managing director of Colletts Travel’s Hendon and Fortune offices. Robinson brings ten years’ experience, most recently as founder of independent advisory service Corporate Style Travel.


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