Tamur Goudarzi Pour | Chief Commercial Officer of Swiss International Air Lines and Senior Vice President, responsible for Channel Management
Lufthansa Group

Tamur Goudarzi Pour, Chief Commercial Officer of Swiss International Air Lines and Senior Vice President, responsible for Channel Management, Lufthansa Group

Tamur Goudarzi Pour has been the Chief Commercial Officer of Swiss International Air Lines since 2019, with responsibility for the company’s sales, marketing and product development. As per 2021 he has taken over a new Lufthansa Group function: Senior Vice President, responsible for Channel Management for all passenger airlines on top of his CCO role at SWISS. He is currently the chair person for the IATA Distribution Advisory Committee (DAC).
Tamur Goudarzi Pour has been with the Lufthansa Group for the past 20 years, during which he has held a range of executive functions. Prior to joining SWISS he served as Vice President Airline Sales The Americas for the Lufthansa Group. He holds a Master’s of Philosophy in International Relations from the University of Cambridge.

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World Aviation Festival Day 1 @ 15:25

Distribution Panel: How has the distribution and retailing landscape changed and what have been the implications for the relationships between airlines, OTAs, GDSs and Agents?

  • Shifting from the traditional direct/indirect discussions to focus more on a digital vs legacy approach, is NDC starting to blur the lines?
  • Have we adapted enough to compete with new digital shopping norms?
  • How much flexibility can we continue to offer as passengers demand reassurance and digital agility?
  • As NDC rises in maturity what is the potential and investment appetite for further initiatives such as One Order as we emerge from this crisis?
  • Where should we be prioritising investment when it comes to end-to-end retailing capabilities, data and digital experiences?
  • How have relationships between airlines and third parties evolved during the last year and what new types of partners and platforms can we expect to see emerge in 2022?
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