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Envoy Signs Auburn University as Cadet Program partner

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Hot on the heels of a special charter flight, last week we formally welcomed Auburn University into the Envoy Cadet Program. During a special ceremony, Capt.Taylor Hinckley and Dr. Bill Hutto, Director, Auburn University Airport and Aviation Center signed the agreement and answered questions from local media and students. The Cadet Program provides students enrolled… Read more »

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Superstar Employee: Lead Airport Agent Skyler Reynolds

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“A one-person band is a musician who plays a number of instruments simultaneously using their hands, feet, limbs and various mechanical and/or electronic contraptions.” – Wikipedia In the Midland International Air and Space Port (MAF) terminal, at the gate, behind the ticket counter, down the jet bridge, on the ramp and even in the aircraft… Read more »

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Envoy To Expand Pilot Training Staff to Meet Demand

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Envoy Air is immediately seeking qualified pilots to augment its Flight Training staff, to assist with training the increased number of pilots joining Envoy. “We’re experiencing a significant increase in the number of new hire pilots arriving for training,” said Captain Ric Wilson, Vice President Flight Operations. “It’s a great position to be in, and… Read more »

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Aviation runs in the family

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Today, thirty former Envoy pilots begin classes at American’s Training Center in Fort Worth, Texas on their journey to becoming American Airlines First Officers. And for one of those pilots, Rafael Morales, flowing to American holds extra significance, as it gives him the opportunity to work alongside his daughter, Gaviota. On the same day that… Read more »

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A special Envoy charter for a partner school

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Auburn University aviation students love flying—especially on a school day field trip to Textron Aviation headquarters in Wichita (ICT), where they were recently presented with a brand new Cessna Skyhawk aircraft as part of Cessna’s Top Hawk program.   Every year, the Top Hawk program selects top university aviation schools to donate use of the world’s… Read more »

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