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Women With Wings: First Officer Sara St. Clair

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Growing up a horse-riding rodeo-roping self-proclaimed “guy’s girl,” Sara St. Clair is the perfect vision of a woman tackling a male-dominated profession like commercial aviation. Only the Atlanta-native doesn’t see herself as a social justice warrior, but, rather, she sees herself as the best human possible for the job. Between high school and college, after… Read more »

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Envoy agent saved by AAG colleague

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Earlier this year, Christofer Hatcu, Charlotte (CLT) Customer Services Manager (center, white shirt) was finishing his shift when he noticed a passenger on the ground and a crowd beginning to gather. Christofer, a former volunteer firefighter, assessed the passenger’s condition and began CPR. He continued until paramedics arrived. The passenger whose life he saved? None… Read more »

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Superstar Employee: Lead Airport Agent Skyler Reynolds

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“A one-person band is a musician who plays a number of instruments simultaneously using their hands, feet, limbs and various mechanical and/or electronic contraptions.” – Wikipedia In the Midland International Air and Space Port (MAF) terminal, at the gate, behind the ticket counter, down the jet bridge, on the ramp and even in the aircraft… Read more »

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Aviation runs in the family

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Today, thirty former Envoy pilots begin classes at American’s Training Center in Fort Worth, Texas on their journey to becoming American Airlines First Officers. And for one of those pilots, Rafael Morales, flowing to American holds extra significance, as it gives him the opportunity to work alongside his daughter, Gaviota. On the same day that… Read more »

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