In support of all who serve


Envoy proudly supports those who serve. And one of the ways we’re doing that is to create opportunities for retiring veterans to put their experience to work at Envoy. Last month, we launched a Military Transition Program (MTP) that allows veterans to use their skills to gain an FAA Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) license and work at Envoy in our Maintenance team.

Last week, the first two candidates in this new program – James Ferguson and William Mitchell – gained their A&P licenses and will be working on Envoy aircraft in the coming weeks.

“With flexible schedules for active servicemembers and more opportunities for veterans to transition to the civilian workforce, we’re proud to be a military-friendly place to work,” said Envoy Vice President, Maintenance, Jay Murray. “I’m pleased to see our new Military Transition Program getting off the ground, and look forward to seeing more veterans like James and Will in our Maintenance workforce.”

Welcome aboard!

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