Amos Kazzaz became Air Canada's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in February 2021. He has oversight for Air Canada's overall financial strategic direction, comprising all aspects of financial reporting and planning, investor relations, treasury and controller's operations, taxation, pension administration, internal audit, fleet, procurement, corporate real estate and commercial legal services.
Amos was previously Senior Vice President, Finance, a role held since August 2015, with responsibility for strategic procurement, strategic initiatives, fleet, corporate real estate, financial planning and analysis, cost reduction initiatives and financial support for all Air Canada branches. He joined the airline in May 2010 as Vice President, Financial Planning and Analysis.
Prior to joining Air Canada, Amos held extensive senior executive roles within the airline and transportation sector. He had a 24-year career at United Airlines, where he had held a number of executive positions including that of Vice President, Cost Management and Vice President, Financial Planning and Analysis, as well as leading a number of United's divisions.
Amos holds an MBA in Finance from The University of Denver and a B.A. in International Affairs from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is a Board member of Chorus Aviation Inc.