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Envoy earns Detroit ground handling

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Envoy is pleased to announce that American Airlines has awarded us the ground handling contract at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW). “We are excited to continue to grow our ground handling business,” said Regional Managing Director, Greg Ricketts. “That also means staffing the station with Envoy employees – we’ll be hiring approximately 130 new Station Agent… Read more »

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Record breaking performance for E175 Fleet

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Flight 3175, which departed Wichita (ICT) for Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) yesterday wasn’t just a milestone for Envoy, but a record-breaking achievement as well. Envoy is now the first carrier in North America to achieve 6,000 Embraer 175 (E175) flights without a controllable cancellation since the start of revenue service. “Bringing a new fleet type into service… Read more »

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All new Pilots earn $15,000 bonus at Envoy!

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Effective immediately, Envoy Air Inc. now offers new hire pilots a $15,000 bonus when they join the company. “I’m pleased to announce that today Envoy increased our signing bonus to $15,000,” said Captain Ric Wilson, Vice President Flight Operations. “Combined with our outstanding benefits, privileges and career opportunities, there is no better place to start… Read more »

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Captain Keira Visits Envoy!

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Envoy has invited Keira Thompson, along with her parents, John and Beckie Thompson, to our training facilities and the American Airlines campus to experience a day in the life of a Pilot. Keira and Beckie were featured in articles published by the Huffington Post and the Chicago Tribune highlighting Keira’s aspirations to be a Pilot and… Read more »

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In Support of All Who Serve

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Envoy was honored to provide the aircraft and volunteer crews to support two Honor Flights May 30-June 3, carrying veterans of World War II and the Korean conflict to Washington, D.C. to tour the memorials dedicated to their service. “It’s a special privilege to be a part of these events, honoring our nation’s veterans,” said… Read more »

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