Johan Lundgren has spent his entire career in the travel industry working his way up through various roles to become most recently the Group Deputy CEO of Tui AG. Johan was also the CEO of the Mainstream Tourism business of the TUI Group (formed from the merger of TUI Travel PLC and TUI AG) where he was directly responsible for £12.4 billion of revenue, employed more than 44,000 people and took 20 million customers on holiday to over 120 destinations globally. As Deputy CEO, Lundgren was a Member of the Group Executive Committee and his remit included Destination Services and Hotels; responsibility for 3,132 retail shops and 135 aircraft across 7 airlines.
2014 - 2015 Group Deputy Chief Executive & CEO of Mainstream, TUI AG
2011 – 2014 Group Deputy Chief Executive, TUI Travel PLC
2007 – 2011 Managing Director, Northern Region, TUI Travel PLC
2003 – 2007 Managing Director & CEO, TUI Nordic
2002 – 2003 Managing Director, MyTravel, Sweden
1999 – 2002 President, MyTravel, Canada
1996 – 1999 Managing Director, Always Tour Operations
1993 – 1996 Director Sales & Marketing, Always Tour Operations
1990 – 1993 Sales Manager, Always Tour Operations
1988 – 1990 Marketing Manager, Swedish/Soviet Travel Agency
1986 – 1988 Guide, Fritidsresor
1982 – 1985 Music studies in Sweden, UK and USA
1993 – 1994 Various programs at Stockholm School of Economics
1996 Programme for Executive Development IMD in Lausanne
DOB: 04 October 1966
Married with two children
Lives: London, UK
World Aviation Festival - 5th September @ 08:55
Keynote interview: Johan Lundgren, CEO, easyJet
easyJet CEO Johan Lundgren sits down with Guy Johnson to discuss how the easyJet brand is moving beyond price and creating a long-term plan with a vastly wider use of data analytics across the business. Find out from Johan how the airline is radically changing its holiday business and extending its reach to the wider travel value chain. Understand more about how easyJet is embracing data driven customisation and digital capability and learn about new partnerships that will develop from its new contribution model.
World Aviation Festival - 5th September @ 09:45
Keynote CEO Panel
Following their interviews, our keynote speakers will join a panel discussion, where they will debate some of the biggest challenges facing the industry. Key issues they will address include:
- How can the aviation industry cope with the rapid changes that digital technology brings and how are airline CEOs prioritising digital and mobile only tools and applications?
- What are the trends that will shape the industry into 2020 and where are airline CEOs placing their bets?Biometrics, blockchain, robotics, artificial intelligence, voice technology, connectivity and cyber security?
- In what way will airlines evolve beyond selling seats and become more involved in the wider booking and planning experience for customers?
- What is the next step for the evolution of low-cost carriers and are they still the core innovators in a dramatically changing industry?
- Passenger connectivity is continually growing, how can we use this to best serve our customers and deliver a more seamless end-to-end experience?
- What impact will ultra-long-haul travel have on the future of global competition and will we see new partnerships develop?
- How do airline CEOs see digital as a core differentiator against competition and how are they investing in technology to improve day to day operations and services?
last published: 22/Mar/19 09:45 GMT