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60 Second Interview: Cliff Coll

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Cliff is our Regional Managing Director (RMD) for the Central West region. Airports in his region include Abilene (ABI), Little Rock (LIT), Shreveport (SHV) and Waco (ACT). What is the best advice you’ve received? You have to give respect before you can earn it. What do you enjoy about your current role? Leading and providing… Read more »

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Supporting military and veterans, Envoy joins Red Tails Air Show

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From a mile away, a sound like cracking lightning began roaring louder and louder to a crescendo of a thunderous boom. All eyes turned toward the F-16 Fighting Falcon piercing through the clear, blue sky over Dannelly Field Air National Guard Base. In the sweltering Alabama heat, thousands of aviators and aviation enthusiasts gathered to… Read more »

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Inspiring kids to get involved in aviation

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With such a diverse range of skills required to run a successful operation, it’s great to get kids interested in aviation at a young age. So when Bessie Coleman Middle School in Cedar Hill, Texas reached out to Envoy for someone to greet and motivate students on the first day of school, our Maintenance Training… Read more »

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World-record holding skydiver and pilot seeks adventures at Envoy

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In the video below, a group of thrill-seeking skydivers jump from thousands of feet in the air, looking like a smack of luminescent jellyfish Power Rangers flying through the night sky. Among the group is Envoy First Officer Thomas Johnston, who, along with his team, owns the world record for a 33-person large formation night jump. Thomas’ fascination… Read more »

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2018 Envoy Internship, it’s a wrap!

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During the 2018 summer, 15 interns from colleges around the U.S. worked in various departments at Envoy Headquarters in Irving, Texas. For 11 weeks, they were heavily involved in a wide array of projects in departments like Flight Safety, Communications, Finance and Flight Operations. By the end of the three months, the interns had gained the… Read more »

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