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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… Read more »

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Even Santa needs wing walkers

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Three days into December and it’s time to deck the halls and get prepared for the holidays. So when Santa needed some assistance marshalling his sleigh for a recent holiday parade, he turned to the Envoy team in Appleton (ATW) for help. “The Envoy team along with others from Appleton International Airport formed a Precision Aircraft Marshaling… Read more »

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Guest Blog: First Officer Richie Mercado lauds Envoy RTP

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I cannot explain how much I’ve loved my transition from the U.S. Army to the airlines through the Envoy Rotor Transition Program (RTP). It has been an amazing experience and one I am glad to share with anyone that’s willing to hear it. First, I’d like to thank Envoy for giving me the opportunity by… Read more »

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Wings Over Homestead Air Show

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The world’s fastest firetruck, acrobatics from the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, a working American Airlines DC-3 and an Envoy-operated Embraer 175 were just a few of the attractions at this year’s Wings Over Homestead Air Show in southern Florida. “In close partnership with American, we talked to pilots, mechanics, families, aviation enthusiasts and more about… Read more »

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Guest Blog: Captain Jason Moll on education and dedication

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“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”- John Dewey, philosopher and psychologist Where It All Began It was third grade, and I’m playing four-square during recess holding the coveted “A” server square, when an airplane flies over. I take a moment to pause from serving to admire the magic of flight overhead. It… Read more »

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