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Follow your dreams: Envoy Capt. Tan Hao

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Envoy Capt. Tan Hao grew up in rural China. After seeing an airplane fly overhead as a small child, she remembers telling her father about it. Tan also remembers his response: He was not pleased and told her that girls could not be pilots. She said her family instructed her to never think about flying… Read more »

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Top-seniority mechanic celebrates 35 years with Envoy

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Parked outside the Sawyer International Airport (MQT) in the blistering cold, an old van idled with a puff of white steam flowing from its rusty exhaust pipes. Out pops Envoy Maintenance Inspector Matt Gallo with a huge coat and an even bigger smile, like an eager chauffeur. Matt, and his friendly smile, is Marquette through… Read more »

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Santa Barbara wins first American Airlines Customer Cup

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There’s nothing quite like coastal California, with its majestic mountains, sea breezes and vibrant flora. At Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (SBA), all of these fantastic qualities are on full display. Surrounded by palm trees and Spanish mission architecture, the Envoy Customer Services team is as lively and eclectic as its environment. Recently, the SBA team… Read more »

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60 second interview: Capt. Chris Mickey

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Based at Envoy Headquarters, Capt. Chris Mickey is the fleet manager for our CRJ-700 fleet. What is the best advice you’ve received? Don’t ever let anyone stop you from achieving your goals. Work hard, study hard and always be prepared for your next professional challenge. What keeps you motivated in a fast-pasted industry like aviation?… Read more »

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Envoy Captain inspires future women aviators

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Over the weekend, Envoy Pilot Recruiter, Captain Jessica Hines traveled to Milwaukee to participate in the STEaM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) Girl’s Summit, an event created with the goal of engaging more women in male-dominated fields. The event, hosted by the Milwaukee Business Journal, consisted of panels and breakout sessions featuring girls and women who are… Read more »

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