Delta Vacations has named a new president.
The wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Airlines announced that it had appointed Jennie Ho as its new president, replacing John Caldwell.
Ho had most recently served as Delta’s managing director for specialty and Canada sales, leading a team of more than 70 employees.
The company also announced the promotion of Delta Vacations Senior Vice President Tina Iglio to managing director for global sales support for Delta Airlines’ global sales.
Iglio joined Delta Vacations in 2013.
“Jennie and Tina bring to these key roles a wealth of experience, skill and vision as well as a strong commitment to serving customers,” said Bob Somers, Delta’s Senior Vice President – Global Sales. “The moves demonstrate Delta’s commitment to promoting leaders who reflect our diverse customer base, as well as the company’s desire to distribute the best talent across the airline and its subsidiaries.”
Delta Vacations is the official vacation provider of Delta Airlines, offering travel agents vacation packages that bundle flights on Delta and its strategic partners with stays at more than 4,000 hotels, including many in the Caribbean.