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Superstar Employee: Captain Neil Kliebert

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He stretched his arms out like jet wings caught in a slipstream. The wheels of his roller skates bumped and bounced on the Louisiana road. Holding on to a rope tied to a fast moving bicycle with one hand and operating a walkie-talkie with the other, young Neil Kliebert projected his future as a commercial… Read more »

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Back in the Big Apple, as LaGuardia base reopens

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Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, and now…back in New York! Welcome back to Envoy crews, with the first day of full-schedule operations at our New York LaGuardia (LGA) crew base. “While today marks the first day of scheduled operations with 28 Envoy flights, we expect the level of LGA flying to increase in 2017,” said Senior Vice… Read more »

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Coast Flight expands to San Marcos, Texas

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Our partner, Coast Flight Training is expanding to a second location in San Marcos, TX to help more rotor pilots transition to a commercial flight deck with Envoy. Welcome to Texas, y’all! Find out more about the Rotor Transition Program Read Coast’s Press Release

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Envoy Curiosity: Taste on A Plane

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There’s a mystery going on. Passengers are ordering tomato juice left and right on airplanes, and actually loving it more than on the ground. It turns out that science – as always – can explain this phenomenon. According to a study published in BioMed Central, loud noises like the droning of an airplane cabin can… Read more »

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Women With Wings: Arpinder Kaur

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Anyone’s first flight has the potential to be a profound one. For the 14-year-old Arpinder Kaur, her flight from India to the United States evoked her desire to be a pilot. As a child, she says she was a “tomboy”. She climbed trees, played cricket and played outside with the boys. Her parents allowed her to be… Read more »

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