Vice President, Operations Control Center and Air Traffic Control

Bob Maloney is US Airways’ vice president, operations control center (OCC) and air traffic control. He oversees the airline’s Pittsburgh-based OCC which manages system-wide day-to-day departure, in-flight and arrival logistics. Maloney also coordinates the airline’s air traffic control and airfield operations groups. He reports to David Seymour, senior vice president, operations.

Maloney began his aviation career with Trans World Airlines in 1974 as a customer service agent at New York’s LaGuardia Airport. In 2000, he joined US Airways as director, operations control and planning and was promoted to managing director, OCC in 2002. Maloney has played an important role in US Airways’ operational turnaround over the past three years and led the post-merger integration of the US Airways and America West OCCs.

Bob is a 36-year airline industry veteran and attended Iona College in New Rochelle, NY.