JetBlue has appointed Jim Sullivan as vice president, flight operations. He has nearly 30 years of aviation experience, most recently as COO at Great Lakes Aviation. Prior to that, he worked at Surf Air, a California commuter carrier. He is also an experienced airline captain.

Marcus Hotels & Resorts has named Carl Dees as vice president of operations. He joins the company from Crescent Hotels & Resorts, where he most recently served as vice president of operations. He has also been a general manager of several hotels.

G6 Hospitality LLC, the parent company of the Motel 6 and Studio 6 brands, has appointed Rob Palleschi to the position of Interim President and CEO. He has been hospitality chief development officer for G6. He had previously been CEO of TGI Fridays and spent 12 years at Hilton Worldwide as global head of full-service brands.

Oman Air has named Paul Starrs as chief commercial officer. He had been senior vice president-global sales, distribution and ancillary products for Emirates. He has also worked as regional manager, commercial operations for Emirates; and general manager, worldwide sales for Oman Air.

Radisson Hotel Group has named Laurie Czyz as senior director of meetings and events; and Angela Galeziowski as director of strategy and performance. Czyz had been with SAI Properties, where she led hotel and area sales efforts. She has also worked at Starwood and Marriott. Galeziowski has worked at Intercontinental Hotels where she was vice president, worldwide sales, strategic insights and planning.

American Airlines has named Julie Rath vice president-customer planning. She had been managing director-service recovery. She joined the airline in 2016 with nearly three decades of industry experience.

Serko Ltd, the online travel booking and expense management for business, announced the further expansion of its North American operations with the appointment of Tony D'Astolfo, as Senior Vice President, NORAM. D'Astolfo is a 30-year travel industry veteran with deep expertise
in business travel and technology. His successful track record in the corporate travel technology space began at GetThere, where he led the pre-IPO startup as Vice President of Sales. D'Astolfo then moved to Deem, where he assembled and led a team that added over 7,000 customers, before leaving to lead Phocuswright, the travel industry's premier research firm, as Managing Director. "The North American market is looking for alternatives to the status quo, and Zeno, the state-of-the-art travel and expense technology platform that Darrin and team have built at Serko is perfectly positioned to make an impact," said D'Astolfo. "I'm excited to join a team with a proven history of execution and look forward to leading the efforts here in North America."