JetBlue makes leadership changes in IT department

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Low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways has made leadership changes in its information technology (IT) department.

The carrier has promoted Donna Draghi-Lemay, currently director, IT corporate services, to vice-president, IT-Airline operations.

JetBlue has appointed Blair Koch as vice-president, IT-commercial. Most recently he worked with Feld Group Institute in Chicago where he consulted with several companies.

Prior to that, Koch served as managing director, IT for United Airlines where he was responsible for commercial systems development.

In addition, Josephine Ciurleo joins JetBlue as director of IT infrastructure. Ciurleo comes to JetBlue from the Pall Corporation.

All three appointees will report to JetBlue's executive vice-president, chief information officer Eash Sundaram.