Ranjan Goswami (Los Angeles, CA) (July 2017-Present)

Ranjan Goswami is Delta Air Lines’ Vice President, Los Angeles & Sales – West.

Based in L.A., Ranjan oversees commercial strategy and customer experience for Delta’s largest West Region hub at LAX, including the airline’s growth to nearly 180 daily flights to 70 destinations; its community, civic and public engagement; and its $1.9 billion plan for the Delta Sky Way at LAX, which will modernize and upgrade Terminals 2 and 3 and connect them to the Tom Bradley International Terminal over the next five years. Ranjan oversaw Delta’s relocation at LAX in May 2017, which facilitated colocation with many of Delta’s airline partners, including Aeromexico, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia, and WestJet, and was the first step toward the redevelopment of Terminals 2 and 3.

Additionally, Ranjan leads Delta’s corporate and travel management company Sales organization in the Western United States, including the key markets of Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco/Bay Area, Salt Lake City, Denver, and Phoenix. Through commercial and operational collaboration, he and his team have consistently grown Delta and joint venture partners Aeromexico, Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Virgin Atlantic, and Virgin Australia’s corporate share alongside the significant and unprecedented expansion in the West.

Ranjan also oversees Delta’s joint venture partnership with Virgin Australia, including the airlines’ joint Loyalty, Marketing, Network, Revenue Management and Sales activities for the JV’s 25 weekly flights between North America and Australia.

Prior to his current role, Ranjan was Delta’s Managing Director – National Account Sales, overseeing Sales in the West. Earlier in his career at Delta, Ranjan served as Director – eCommerce Commercial, focusing on delta.com and digital merchandising, as well as Director – Customer Experience Planning and Development, where he helped establish and deliver Delta’s global product and customer experience strategy through the merger integration with Northwest Airlines.

Ranjan earned a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts from Yale University, both in Political Science. He currently sits on the boards of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and GLAAD and previously served on the boards of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles, Junior Achievement of Southern California, and the LA Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the LA Coalition.