Donald B. “Don” Casey was named American’s Vice President – Revenue Management in June 2009. He is responsible for all of American’s passenger pricing and yield management activity for the company’s worldwide network of approximately 3,400 daily flights (including American Eagle). This activity includes managing the allocation of seats among various fare categories, as well as responsibility for many of American’s support functions for codesharing, the oneworld Alliance and Global Distribution Systems (GDS).
Prior to assuming this position, Casey served as American’s Managing Director–International Planning, with responsibility for managing and developing American’s bilateral alliance relationships throughout the world, as well as American’s participation in the oneworld Alliance. He joined American in 2000 as Managing Director–Capacity Planning, where he led efforts to redesign and de-peak American’s Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago hubs.
Before joining American, he was Senior Vice President–Planning at Canadian Airlines, responsible for Revenue Management, Fleet Planning, Alliances, and Capacity Planning.
Casey earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of British Columbia, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Alberta. He was recognized with a 2002 Laurels Award by Aviation Week & Space Technology for outstanding contributions to the field of commercial transportation.
He lives in Southlake, Texas, with his wife, Leslie, and three children.