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Waypoint Roll Call: All Things FOOD (Part 2)

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Cover Photo: Love and Laughter Photography Pilots navigate the sky using a route plotted with beacons and waypoints. The waypoints are geographic coordinates usually marked with five-letter, capitalized words that help pilots and air traffic controllers stay on course. The unique things about waypoints, and probably the most interesting to a non-pilot, are the names… Read more »

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Coast Flight opens San Marcos location

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Envoy proudly supports our nation’s veteran and current servicemembers, with special charters, charity events, flexible schedules and more. Last year, in partnership with Coast Flight, we announced a Rotor Transition Program – helping military helicopter veterans transition to a commercial flight deck with Envoy, and onwards to American Airlines through our industry-leading flow agreement. On… Read more »

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Guest Blog: AMT Barry Arbelius Honors a Friend

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We all have that friend that impresses and inspires us. We work harder to stay in stride with their abilities. We look forward to spending time with them and to see their smiles. Some people truly are blessings to know. For Dallas/Fort Worth Envoy Mechanic Barry Arbelius, that friend is John “Ziggy” Ziegler. Barry tells… Read more »

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Envoy crews are winging back to Miami!

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Today we’re pleased to announce that Envoy will re-establish a crew base in Miami (MIA) for pilots and flight attendants in September. They’ll join the more than 900 Envoy Customer Services and Maintenance employees already operating in the Miami hub. With Envoy operating nearly 30 daily flights out of American’s Miami hub, it will enable… Read more »

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Waypoint Roll Call: All things FOOD (Part 1)

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Cover Photo: Burt Lubber, Flickr Pilots navigate the sky using a route plotted with beacons and waypoints. The waypoints are geographic coordinates usually marked with five-letter, capitalized words that help pilots and air traffic controllers stay on course. The unique things about waypoints, and probably the most interesting to a non-pilot, are the names themselves…. Read more »

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