EasyJet holidays appoints new head of distribution

Tuesday, 06 Sep, 2022 0

EasyJet holidays has appointed a new Head of Distribution to lead its travel trade partnerships. 

Kelly Walker will join the tour operator on September 12 2022, following her most recent role as Trade and Partnerships Manager at villa specialists, Oliver’s Travels, and previously James Villas.

Kelly will lead the in-house distribution team.

Roy Stratford, Head of Partnerships at easyJet holidays, said:” There is no doubt that the travel trade has been a hugely important contributor to our growth over the past two years.”

We look forward to bringing Kelly on board and welcoming her to the easyJet holidays team.”

Kelly Walker said:“I couldn’t be more excited to join the easyJet holidays team. It’s a young company with big ambitions and it’s already making a mark on the industry.”

EasyJet holidays launched its partnership with the independent travel trade In August 2020,.

The first two years has seen the rollout of a trade portal, as well as thousands of marketing materials across bespoke digital and hard copy assets, for both high street and home workers.



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