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Envoy cancer survivors on winning the fight

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Cover photo: Envoy Flight Attendant Winnie Su in 2018. Photo courtesy of American Airlines. “Knowing is half the battle,” they always say. And the other half? Well, that would have to be fighting the battle.  Winnie Su, a breast cancer survivor, knows all too well about that battle, but is using what she’s learned about… Read more »

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Crew Scheduler is one (friendly) piece to the Envoy puzzle

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Cover Photo: Boom Stritart at his desk in Envoy System Operations Control. When you build the deck of a bridge, each board is fundamental in getting you across to the other side. Like that bridge, an airline is made of many parts, and each one is critical to the operation and getting us safely to… Read more »

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Envoy GM reflects on leadership & fishing

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As American sports begin to pick back up, we get to see a lot of teamwork in action. Executing perfect on-side kicks or buzzer-beating shots isn’t just the work of one person, it takes cohesion from everyone involved.  As Envoy employees, we know that the glue holding together our most successful teams is leadership. Not… Read more »

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Envoy team in Miami spends time with Very Important Passenger

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For any airline there are special passengers that need expert assistance and attention, and whether they are frequent flyers, military veterans or people with autism, Envoy goes the extra mile to guarantee a memorable experience.  And then there’s four-year-old Kristen.  Born with physical disabilities in Honduras, Kristen Emiliana Castellón (pictured above) and her grandmother were… Read more »

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Recovering from storms in Eastern Iowa

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It’s been a tough week for the Envoy team in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (CID). On Tuesday, severe thunderstorms rolled through the area, leaving approximately 90,000 people without power, including most of the team and the airport itself. Even today, linemen and emergency technicians continue to work to restore power to homes in the area. “This… Read more »

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