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Teen planespotter gets up-close look at Envoy jet

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Cover photo courtesy of Jack Brooks: Jack Brooks (left), Capt. Stefan Derewetzky (middle) and First Officer Jessica Christofersen (right). A few years ago, 13-year-old Jack Brooks was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a type of inflammatory disease in the digestive tract. With frequent visits to the Iowa City Children’s Hospital, it gave him the opportunity to… Read more »

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Mother’s Day in CVG with the Holts

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Cover photo: Mia Holt (left), her son Morgan (middle), and her mother Erica (right). (Photo courtesy of Mia Holt) “I’m going to fly around the world; me and my baby!” Mia Holt shouted as she zoomed around her grandmother’s house with her son in her arms anticipating the chance to work for Envoy. Erica Holt,… Read more »

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A run with a purpose close to home

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La Soufrière, the largest volcano and the highest peak on the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean, erupted last Friday, April 9, for the first time in more than four decades. The eruption generated an impressive cloud of ash that covered nearby communities and left the main island’s entire population without… Read more »

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Tea and planes, gateways to the world

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As a child, Jerin Charles says she dreamed of seeing the world. As a part-time Lead Agent at Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) — in the island nation of Grenada — the native Grenadian has achieved that dream, and brewed up a business in the process. For the past three and a half years, 23-year-old… Read more »

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60-Second Interview: Alma Valdez

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Women’s History Month is here! In honor of the trailblazing leaders, inventors, creators and thinkers, we’re spending a minute with some fantastic Women of Envoy to learn more about their careers and their appreciation for women’s history. Let’s hear from Alma Valdez, a Customer Services Supervisor at Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR) in Grand… Read more »

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