Envoy News

CEO Repeat: Fábregas named Top DFW Business Leader

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It’s two years in a row for Envoy President and CEO Pedro Fábregas, chosen once again as one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s top leaders in D CEO Magazine’s Dallas 500 special edition, honoring the most powerful business leaders in the DFW metroplex. Featured in the Aviation category alongside the CEOs of DFW Airport, American and Southwest… Read more »

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Envoy boosts industry-leading starting pay to $60,000!

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Effective immediately, Envoy has increased our new hire pilot signing bonus to up to $22,100, ensuring new Envoy First Officers can earn up to $60,000 in their first year on the job. “When you add up Envoy’s increased signing bonus, our $20,000 First Officer retention bonus and guaranteed flow-through to American Airlines, without any further… Read more »

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Indianapolis team receives TSA award

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Working effectively with the Transportation Security Administration is an important part of running a safe and compliant operation. Last week, the TSA presented the Envoy team in Indianapolis (IND) with an award to recognize the station’s collaboration and teamwork. “We’ve been working closely with the TSA to improve security searches and to refine our station’s… Read more »

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Envoy signs Westminster College as Cadet Program partner

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On Friday, Nov. 11, representatives from Envoy and Westminster College formally signed an agreement, welcoming Westminster into the Envoy Cadet Program. After the ceremony, students and Westminster representatives enjoyed pizza and toured an Embraer 145 regional jet. The Envoy Cadet Program helps future pilots make a smooth transition from classroom to flight deck. “We’re delighted to formally… Read more »

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Calling Military Helicopter Pilots: Join the Envoy Rotor Transition Program

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We’re pleased to announce a new Rotor Transition Program (RTP) to help military pilots make the transition to a civilian aviation career. By using Veterans Administration (VA) benefits and Envoy funding, former service members can take advantage of the reduced ATP minimum flight experience requirement of only 750 total flight hours. Pilots will obtain the… Read more »

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