Delta Names New VP for Latin America, Caribbean 

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Delta Air Lines has named a new Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The air carrier has tapped Alex Antilla for the Santiago, Chile-based role, in which he will oversee the company’s business and customer experience strategy across Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. 

Antilla has worked for Delta for 16 years, focused in the trans-Pacific, trans-Atlantic and Latin American regions. 

“As Delta continues to expand its international network and product offering to support the growing demand for travel, Alex’s diverse experience will be pivotal in leveraging opportunities, delivering the Delta Difference for our customers, and leading the best employees in the business,” said Alain Bellemare, Delta’s President – International. “With Alex’s leadership, we will also strengthen our partnerships with LATAM and Aeromexico, providing the best network and customer experience throughout Latin America.”

Before that, Antilla served as managing director for Latin America Pricing and Revenue Management. 

“As Delta continues to invest in delivering a world-class customer experience, I look forward to working with our teams to strengthen our partnerships and to deliver best-in-class solutions, products and services to our customers and partners in Latin America,” Antilla said. “This outstanding team is poised to build a bright future and capitalize on the great opportunities in this important market.”