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Envoy employee goes from the ramp to the flight deck

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Last year, Envoy introduced the Career Advancement Program (CAP) to encourage non-pilot Envoy employees to reignite their passion for flight. Some employees who had already received their Commercial Pilot’s License, but for one reason or another, didn’t continue to earn the necessary hours to apply to Envoy as a First Officer. The CAP assists these… Read more »

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Guest Blog: It’s a small, small world

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Life is full of little coincidences, and sometimes the uncanny is so funny you have to share it. Recently, Envoy General Manager Karen Strawder shared a story from Stillwater Regional Airport (SWO) that proves we really do live in a small, small world. I wanted to share a funny story… Here in SWO, our ground equipment is… Read more »

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Oklahoma schools visit Envoy and American Airlines

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Last Friday, student aviators from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University put aside their school rivalries to join in a tour of Envoy Headquarters and the American Airlines Training Center. Pilot Recruiters Captain John Colquitt and First Officer Josh Thomas, alumni of OSU and OU respectively, lead the tour and answered all of… Read more »

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2018 WAI Conference: Common bonds for a better future

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The International Women in Aviation Conference is always a fun collaboration of women and men coming together to reach a very important common goal – inspire women and girls to flourish and become leaders in the aviation industry. Every year, people from all over the world connect and engage with one another to make a… Read more »

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Women With Wings: DFW Operations – Part Three

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Missed part one and two? Catch them here and here. In the DFW control center, their main function is to orchestrate the aircraft traffic coming in and out of the airport to ensure a safe, orderly operation. Like maestros conducting a symphony, the Envoy ground traffic controllers and coordinators carefully arrange the DFW ramp into… Read more »

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