Rob Britton has spent his entire working life, 46 years, in and near the airline industry. He has become an expert in explaining its complexities, and in helping airlines, their suppliers, and other firms run their businesses more profitably and effectively. He is also an experienced presenter on leadership and effective management.
Rob earned a Ph.D. in economic geography from the University of Minnesota, and a postdoctoral certificate from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He spent 22 years with American Airlines in a variety of leadership roles in marketing, international affairs, corporate communications, and operations.
Originally a geography professor, he lectures annually at more than 25 business schools worldwide, including Georgetown, Kellogg, Wharton, and the London Business School. He has published dozens of articles in prominent newspapers and magazines, travel-industry publications, and academic journals.