Nicolas Gurwicz

Vice President


Mr. Gurwicz joined Campbell-Hill in July 2018 as a Director and was promoted to Vice President in March 2020. He has more than 10 years of extensive travel industry experience encompassing international network planning, revenue analysis, and airline business development. Mr. Gurwicz has experience working for both legacy and low-cost carriers. Before joining Campbell-Hill, Mr. Gurwicz worked at Iberia Airlines, a subsidiary of International Airlines Group (IAG), as a Business Development Manager in their North American division. He also held Network Planning positions at Southwest Airlines.

Mr. Gurwicz, originally from Argentina, brought extensive experience in Latin American markets to Campbell-Hill and was paramount in the company’s expansion into the Latin American and Caribbean region. Mr. Gurwicz currently manages a portfolio of airport and government agency clients in the region including Aruba, Belize, Bonaire, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Honduras

Mr. Gurwicz advises clients on airline strategy, market development, network planning, airline performance, schedule planning, marketing, and other areas, helping clients capitalize on commercial opportunities with airlines across the world.

At Iberia, Mr. Gurwicz was responsible for North American points of sale for both Iberia and LEVEL Airlines.  He also developed British Airways’ Mexico point of sale.  In addition, Mr. Gurwicz led performance reviews and recommended strategies for IAG’s joint venture partners, which resulted in significantly increased revenues.

As a Business Consultant at Southwest, Mr. Gurwicz’s knowledge of the Latin air travel segment helped facilitate Southwest’s successful entry into Latin American and Caribbean markets.  Mr. Gurwicz developed mid-term and long-term international network strategy, including the launch of US gateways to numerous Latin American and Caribbean destinations. Notable projects include Southwest’s international expansion at Houston Hobby and Fort Lauderdale airports and the company’s historic launch to Cuba. During his tenure, Mr. Gurwicz oversaw a 90% increase in revenue by recommending capacity adjustments for a portfolio of markets of roughly $500 million. 

Prior to working at Southwest, Mr. Gurwicz founded, a website built to assist travelers find the best air fares and itineraries.

Areas of Specialization

International Network Planning

Revenue Analysis

Airline Performance Evaluation

Spanish Language Marketing Presentation

Database Development


B.A., Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Haifa, Israel
M.S., Air Transportation Management, School of Engineering, Cranfield University, United Kingdom