American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) said it has announced the promotion of Beverly Goulet to executive vice president and chief integration officer and Maya Leibman to executive vice president and chief information officer.
Both previously held the title of senior vice president, and both will continue to report to Chairman and CEO Doug Parker.
Goulet was named Senior Vice President and Chief Integration Officer in early 2013. Since that time she has been responsible for the complex process of integrating American Airlines and US Airways into one airline. In her prior role as chief restructuring officer of AMR Corp., which she assumed in late 2011, she led American´s Chapter 11 restructuring process and was heavily involved in the analysis and negotiation of American´s merger with US Airways.
Leibman has been American´s Chief Information Officer for nearly four years. In this role, she is responsible for all information technology systems, including systems development, infrastructure, operations and strategy. In addition, she oversees the integration of the American Airlines and US Airways technology environments.
American Airlines is the holding company for American Airlines. Together with regional partners operating as American Eagle, American offers an average of nearly 6,700 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries.