Erick Morazin | Senior Vice President Global Travel
AXA Partners

Erick Morazin, Senior Vice President Global Travel, AXA Partners

Senior Vice-President Global Travel at AXA Partners since January 2017, Erick Morazin manages a global team of Travel Insurance, Assistance and Concierge experts supporting Travel Organisations globally to improve their ancillary revenues. He is based in Singapore. AXA Partners Travel team has global expertise with Airlines, Online & Offline Travel Agencies, Car-Rental, Accommodations, and others travel industry players.

Prior to this, Erick was Chief Sales Officer for APAC at AXA Assistance and Chief Sales Officer at AXA Travel Insurance. 

Prior to joining AXA, he was Chief Sales Officer APAC at Allianz Global Assistance (AGA) since 2012, and Global Accounts Director at Allianz Global Assistance since 2005, managing global partners in the Travel Market worldwide.

Between 2000 and 2005, Erick Morazin was CEO of Travelport-Galileo France (Global Distribution System). Erick joined Travelport in 1996 as Sales & Marketing Manager.

Erick Morazin was Sales & Marketing Manager for 10 years in the Brittany Ferries group since 1989.

Born in 1962, Erick is married and has 2 children. He has a diploma from IPAG, a French business school based in Paris and Nice.


Day Two @ 12:10

Panel: More choices, more ancillary revenues: New generation of revenue management strategies

For airlines, the increasing complexity in their operations and the frustrations as well as changing behaviours of customers are calling for a need of a new generation of revenue management strategies and systems.
  • Commercial and revenue steering strategies
  • Why is it so hard to manage both prices and inventory in real time?
  • Personalised ancillary sales: Can personalisation actually lead to more revenue? If so, where are airlines missing the mark on personalisation? How can airlines deliver on the increasingly complex promises they make to customers?
  • More choices, more revenues: What are the new ancillary products in the marketplace? How to further monetise the travel convenience?
  • Working with partners: What makes it a successful partnership?

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