Steve Solomon Promoted to Chief Commercial Officer at ARC

ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC) is pleased to announce that Steve Solomon, vice president of global customers and data products, has been promoted to chief commercial officer, a new executive role at ARC. Effective August 1, 2022, Solomon will help lead ARC's long-term business strategy and commercial capabilities while serving as a key advisor and business partner to the ARC executive team.

In this role, Solomon will oversee the alignment and integration of ARC's commercial and business strategies to create value for the global travel community, improve the customer experience, grow ARC's data portfolio, and drive commercial excellence.

"Since joining ARC in 2018, Steve has demonstrated strong engagement with employees, customers and commercial partners around ARC's vision and goals," said Lauri Reishus, president and CEO at ARC. "I look forward to seeing Steve take on this new and critical role as ARC continues to evolve and anticipate the needs of current and prospective customers."

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Prior to ARC, Solomon held senior roles at Kastle Systems, Fannie Mae and MicroStrategy, with diverse experience across strategy, sales, marketing and customer engagement. He began his career with Citigroup's Global Institutional Bank and spent a number of years as a managing consultant with Willis Towers Watson.

About ARC:

ARC accelerates the growth of global air travel by delivering forward-looking travel data, flexible distribution services and other innovative industry solutions. We are a leading travel intelligence company that possesses the world's largest, most comprehensive global airline ticket dataset, including more than 15 billion passenger flights representing 490 airlines and 230 countries and territories. Our solutions and expertise strengthen economies and enrich lives by connecting stakeholders across the travel ecosystem. For more information, visit


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