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My Envoy Story: First Officer Craig Wood

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Back in June, First Officer Craig Wood began his career with Envoy. After his first day based in DFW, Craig wrote in an email that the newness of everything felt very familiar. An excerpt from that message on June 29 reads: Today was my first day at Envoy. I felt like it was the first day of… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Nicole Mott

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You’ve probably seen one before. In front of a neighborhood grocery store, between the soda machines and stacks of firewood, there sometimes sits a bumbling coin-operated kiddie airplane ride. To some, this is the only cockpit fit for a 5-year-old. But think again. At 5-years-old, Nicole Mott was flying a real plane – albeit under adult… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Jessica Hines

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The air traffic control tower of the Pocatello Regional Airport was about as exciting as watching paint dry for then 17-year-old Jessica Hines. She became bored with the internship at the ATC tower until her attention was suddenly piqued by the planes darting across the sky. She wanted to know everything about those planes and… Read more »

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McKinney Aviation Academy field trip to Envoy HQ

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On Tuesday, October 4, aviation students from  McKinney Aviation Academy visited Envoy Headquarters (EHQ) for a behind-the-scenes tour of our operation, guided by members of the Envoy Pilot Recruitment Team; Captain Taylor Hinckley, Captain Trey Tenhet and First Officer John Colquitt. The McKinney Aviation Academy is a four-year preparatory program that enables high school students at all MISD campuses… Read more »

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Superstar Employee: Daniel Ignacio De La Fuente Mora

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His hands are always folded in front or behind him. His shoulders are always pushed back. His uniform is always crisp and impeccable. No hair on his head is out of place. He always greets his customers with a smile that beams from ear to ear. When he is in “airplane mode,” Daniel Ignacio de… Read more »

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