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Printable coloring & activity pages for the littlest AvGeeks

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Color your way through quarantine with our printable coloring and activity pages made especially for the littlest AvGeeks! Click this link to view and print the PDF and enjoy passing the time with your kiddos. Snap a pic of your coloring session and/or share your masterpieces by posting on social media and tagging @EnvoyAirCareers or email… Read more »

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Silver Linings: Envoy mechanic creates masks with 3D printer

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Cover photo: Envoy Inspector Mechanic Humberto Montalban wearing his mask at the Columbus, Ohio hangar.  With innovation and technology being a major tenet of aviation, it’s only fitting that, during this pandemic, an Envoy mechanic would use his technical know-how to improve upon the homemade-mask movement. Humberto Montalban, an Inspector Mechanic based in Columbus, Ohio was inspired… Read more »

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Silver Linings: A little goes a long way with GRR food pantry

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Cover photo: Envoy Customer Services Agents at Gerald R. Ford Airport in Grand Rapids, Mich.  During the COVID-19 crisis, Michigan has been one of the hardest hit states in the U.S. — currently it is seventh in confirmed cases. At Gerald R. Ford Airport (GRR) in Grand Rapids, Mich., Envoy managers and lead agents began asking if anyone… Read more »

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Silver Linings: Envoy couple finally ties the knot

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Cover photo: Nancy Hunter and Bob Riney tying the knot at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Chapel.  Walk don’t run. For 20 years, Nancy Hunter and Bob Riney lived together in Dallas-Fort Worth, but were never married. Nancy, a native of Long Island, New York, has been a Flight Attendant with Envoy since 1992, and her newly… Read more »

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Silver Linings: HOU Agent delivers food to children

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Cover photo: Houston Hobby Airport Lead Agent John Laboy with a trunk full of meals to deliver to children in need. As a result of school closures, restaurants closing their dining rooms and grocery stores operating with limited inventory, there has been a sudden decline of available meals for low-income households. Thankfully non-profit organizations and… Read more »

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