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University of Dubuque Visits Envoy

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On Thursday, March 2, aviation students from University of Dubuque visited Envoy Headquarters (EHQ) for a behind the scenes tour of our operation, guided by Envoy Captain Taylor Hinckley and First Officers Nicole Mott and Natalie Nielsen. The group of 47 aviation students and 3 faculty were flown on a private charter from Dubuque (DBQ) to… Read more »

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Waypoint Roll Call: Colorado (Pt. 1)

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Pilots navigate the sky using a route plotted with beacons and waypoints. The waypoints are geographic coordinates usually marked with five-letter, capitalized words that help pilots and air traffic controllers stay on course. The unique things about waypoints, and probably the most interesting to a non-pilot, are the names themselves. This blog series will attempt… Read more »

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Guest Blog: Inspiring young aviators with Captain Jessica Hines

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Since 1982, the Expanding Your Horizons Network (EYHN) has inspired young girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Our very own Envoy Captain Jessica Hines has been working with the non-profit for some time as a “female STEM role model…from traditionally underrepresented populations in STEM,” according to the EYHN website. In… Read more »

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Good service goes a long way

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Envoy Captain Chris Wharton (left) with frequent flyer Laura Jozwiak (right). On a regular basis, customers flying on American Eagle flights operated by Envoy Air will reach out to us to give our hard-working customer service agents their due praise. Whether it’s a flight attendant, gate agent or pilot going above and beyond, we love… Read more »

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