United Airlines’ revenue management leader moves to JetBlue


JetBlue Airways announced today the appointment of Dennis Corrigan to the position of vice president, revenue management. Mr. Corrigan joins JetBlue from United Airlines, where he served in a variety of revenue management leadership positions over the last five years, most recently as managing director, revenue management operations. Mr. Corrigan joined United after 10 years with American Airlines’ revenue management team.

Mr. Corrigan will report to Robin Hayes, JetBlue’s executive vice president and chief commercial officer, and will be responsible for guiding the airline’s revenue management operations.

“Dennis joins JetBlue as we enter a most exciting second decade,” Mr. Hayes said. “We are re-building the infrastructure to support JetBlue’s revenue and network growth in the years ahead, from selecting SabreSonic to power our reservations function to expanding destinations organically and through strategic partnerships with international airlines, including Aer Lingus and Lufthansa. Dennis brings a global perspective and experience set to JetBlue, the leadership skills to help the team navigate these new waters, and the organizational abilities to help us meet our goals.”

“I’m thrilled to join the JetBlue team,” Mr. Corrigan said. “I look forward to the opportunity to help shape the future of this great company and contribute to the ongoing success of JetBlue.”

Mr. Corrigan holds a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from the University of Notre Dame and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Maryland. He spent three years with the United States Army in Nuremberg, Germany as platoon leader and executive officer of the 1st Transportation Company. Mr. Corrigan and his family will be relocating to New York, JetBlue’s home town.

The position of vice president revenue management had previously been filled by Richard Zeni, who has since been named vice president change management-passenger service system. Mr. Zeni is responsible for leading JetBlue’s successful transition to SabreSonic over the next year.