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2018 WAI Conference: Common bonds for a better future

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The International Women in Aviation Conference is always a fun collaboration of women and men coming together to reach a very important common goal – inspire women and girls to flourish and become leaders in the aviation industry. Every year, people from all over the world connect and engage with one another to make a… Read more »

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Women With Wings: DFW Operations – Part Three

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Missed part one and two? Catch them here and here. In the DFW control center, their main function is to orchestrate the aircraft traffic coming in and out of the airport to ensure a safe, orderly operation. Like maestros conducting a symphony, the Envoy ground traffic controllers and coordinators carefully arrange the DFW ramp into… Read more »

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Interview with Capt. David Tatum

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The following is an internally-published interview with Capt. David Tatum, American Airlines Director of Pilot Recruitment. It is republished here on the Envoy blog with permission from American Airlines. Do we really have a pilot shortage? This is not only one of the more common questions we get, but probably also one that you are… Read more »

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60 second interview: T.J. Grosskopf

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T.J. is the General Manager of our Shreveport (SHV) operation. How long have you worked in aviation? It will be 25 years this November. I take great pride that I’ve worked for American Eagle/Envoy all these years. What attracted you to this industry? I got started in the industry with United as a Customer Service… Read more »

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Guest Blog: ‘From Strangers to Family’ Poem

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For over a month, flight attendant trainees spend almost every waking hour together studying, training, laughing and learning. At our most recent Flight Attendant graduation, newly-minted Flight Attendant Amanda Priddy shared a poem she wrote for her classmates that embodies the bond that is created between them. From Strangers to Family, by Amanda Priddy When we looked… Read more »

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