Aviation is about bringing cultures together

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With a diverse range of skills required to run a successful operation, getting kids interested in aviation at a young age is important. Recently, a third grade class at Longridge Elementary School in Greece, New York learned how other countries around the world access books in remote locations.

Each class had simulated flights to destinations across the globe, and thanks to First Officer Michael Yancey and the classes’ teacher, Mrs. Yancey, the children each received a set of AAG Kids Wings for completing their “flights.”

“Students enjoyed traveling on the simulated flights and loved their Kids Wings,” said Michael. “The excitement level was extremely high and the students – many of which whom have never been on an airplane but are now really excited to travel – send a sincere thank you to Envoy for their wings.”

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