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Guest Blog: ‘From Strangers to Family’ Poem

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For over a month, flight attendant trainees spend almost every waking hour together studying, training, laughing and learning. At our most recent Flight Attendant graduation, newly-minted Flight Attendant Amanda Priddy shared a poem she wrote for her classmates that embodies the bond that is created between them. From Strangers to Family, by Amanda Priddy When we looked… Read more »

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LeTourneau University Visits Envoy

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On Tuesday, March 20, aviation students from LeTourneau University visited Envoy Headquarters for a special behind-the-scenes tour of our operation, guided by Envoy Captain John Colquitt. During their visit, students toured the training department, including our graphic flight simulator and the cabin trainers. Additionally, students visited Envoy’s Systems Operations Control (SOC) and got a behind-the-scenes look at crew scheduling… Read more »

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60 second interview: Timarty Stitt

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Timarty is a Regional Managing Director for Envoy’s Customer Services team. Stations in his region include the Customer Cup winning teams in Santa Barbara and Santa Fe. What is the best advice you’ve received? Be the change you want to see. Make sure your decisions are of moral basis because your decisions impact lives. What keeps… Read more »

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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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