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Chief Financial Officer of Airlines for America is promoted

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, announced the promotion of current Chief Financial Officer, Paul Archambeault, to Senior Vice President, Chief Financial and Operating Officer.

Joining A4A in 1991, Archambeault has held various roles of increasing responsibility throughout multiple disciplines within the association. As current Chief Financial Officer, he manages financial and support services such as administration, human resources, information technology and other business services. The new title is a reflection of Archambeault’s growing responsibilities within the organization.

“Paul is exceptionally qualified to oversee and manage the operations of Airlines for America,” said President & CEO Nicholas E. Calio. “He continues to be a strong asset and we highly value the guidance he provides to ensure we are appropriately utilizing resources in a way that supports the goals of our member airlines.”

Archambeault will continue to report to Calio. The promotion is effective immediately.

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