Abilene Team Shines During Storms
This week, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) experienced two significant ground stops due to thunderstorms, causing more than 40 inbound flights to divert to other cities. Abilene (ABI) received nine of those flights – seven American Airlines mainline and two regional aircraft. Despite a diversion limit of five flights and a gate area that comfortably holds only… Read more »
High Hoops in Raleigh/Durham
Envoy took home the second place trophy at Raleigh/Durham International Airport’s recent Airline Employee Basketball Tournament – the first of its kind at the station, but sure to become an annual event. Teams representing Envoy, Delta, United and Charter Express competed for bragging rights, cheered on by friends and family. Special thanks to Envoy General… Read more »
Kudos to Capt. Samuel Strausser!
Envoy Captain Samuel Strausser recently prevented a serious security breach at New York’s JFK airport, by stopping a mentally disturbed individual from entering an aircraft. The man had reportedly stolen a truck, abandoned it outside Terminal 8, then forced his way past the TSA checkpoint into the departures area. He managed to access a secured… Read more »
VP Maintenance hits the road
Jay Murray, Vice President Maintenance, has been making the rounds of Envoy maintenance bases, most recently conducting two town hall meetings in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and one in Marquette, Mich. (MQT). “There’s always an opportunity to establish better lines of communication throughout the organization,” said Jay. “And I always feel that my time speaking face-to-face with… Read more »
Bravo Christopher Rhodes and Troy West in FSM!
Last Sunday, burglars hit the Envoy employee parking lot in Fort Smith (FSM) in the middle of the day and stole Envoy Station Agent Josh Medeiros’s prized GoPro camera. When fellow Station Agents Christopher Rhodes and Troy West found out, they immediately went out and purchased Josh a brand new GoPro camera and surprised him… Read more »