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Girls Rule at International Girls In Aviation Day

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On September 23, Women in Aviation International (WAI) chapters around the world hosted the third annual “International Girls In Aviation Day” event to attract more young women to the aviation and aerospace communities. Envoy is proud to have been a sponsor of the WAI North Texas Chapter Dallas area event, where we had our pilot… Read more »

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Envoy Flight Attendant “Never Has a Bad Day”

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Imagine sitting in the cabin of an Embraer 175 about to reach your gate, and over the PA a flight attendant begins thanking the customers aboard the plane. When Envoy Flight Attendant Michael Frederick is that person holding the phone, he likes to do things a little differently. “I tell my customers the same thing… Read more »

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Envoy Signs CAE as Official Cadet Program Partner

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On Tuesday, September 26, Envoy representatives officially welcomed CAE as an official cadet program partner at the Regional Airline Association (RAA) Annual Convention in West Palm Beach. “We’re delighted to formally welcome CAE to Envoy’s Cadet Program,” said Ric Wilson, Envoy’s Vice President Flight Operations. “As CAE is one of the leading and most respected training organizations… Read more »

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“Tigger” bounces back at Reno Air Races

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The last time we heard from Envoy First Officer Joseph Clark, he was preparing his racing plane “Tigger” for the 2017 Reno Air Races. Well, he’s back and is carrying new hardware. Last year, Joseph placed 6th overall in the Formula One race. This year, he flew by the competition and placed 2nd, beating out more… Read more »

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On the ground in MIA, human spirit thrives despite storms

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When adversity hits hard, like hurricane Irma in Florida, people’s true character comes through. For the many Envoy employees at the Miami International Airport (MIA), altruism and goodwill shined bright. Before Irma was even close to Florida, Envoy began an all-hands-on-deck preparation for the hurricane, as well as packaged together relief supplies to send to… Read more »

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