JetBlue, New York’s Hometown Airline®, has appointed Al Spencer as the carrier’s new Vice President, Controller. Spencer joined JetBlue on May 11, and will oversee the company’s corporate accounting, tax, payroll, accounts payable and fraud, and revenue accounting teams. He will report to Ursula Hurley, JetBlue’s Chief Financial Officer.
Spencer comes to JetBlue from Paris-based publicly traded gas manufacturer Air Liquide, where he served as deputy CFO North America and Corporate Controller since 2017. Prior to Air Liquide, he was with NCI Building Systems, as Assistant Controller for five years. He began his career with public accounting firm KPMG, before holding a number of roles in accounting and finance with Sysco Corp., Friedkin Services Group and ExpressJet Airlines.Email Post to a Friend