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Helping military veterans transition to the civilian workforce

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Envoy is proud to support nation’s service members by assisting and sponsoring military-focused charters and fundraisers, providing flexible schedules for active and reserve servicemembers, and by introducing recruiting programs to help military retirees transition to the civilian workforce. Earlier this year, our Maintenance team introduced the Military Transition Program, designed to help veterans use their… Read more »

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Envoy Pilots Mentor Future Aviators

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Pictured above: FO Lindsay Richardson & Eagle Aviation Camper, Richard Walker Recently, some of our team members paid a visit to the C.R. Smith Museum’s Eagle Aviation Summer Camp to meet with participants and offer mentorship to those aspiring aviators. Envoy Capt. Philipe Abs Da Cruz, along with FO Lindsey Richardson, FO Zach Kilgore, and FO Brent… Read more »

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Happy retirement, Capt. Jarzabkowski!

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Last week, after more than 20 years with Envoy, Capt. Hank Jarzabkowski retired as a commercial airline pilot. Due to a mechanical issue that resulted in customers being reaccommodated on other flights, Hank’s final trip – from Green Bay (GRB) to Chicago (ORD) – had only two customers on board: his wife and his daughter…. Read more »

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Women with Wings: First Officer Dana Mericle

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A parent’s love for their child is stronger than any bond. In the case of First Officer Dana Mericle’s parents, despite their trepidations of missing their daughter and watching her leave China for the U.S., they sold their family home in Dalian, China to help finance Dana’s flight training. It’s no secret that flight training… Read more »

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