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Sixty-Second Interview: Jared Harvey

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In celebration of Black History Month, we are sharing some quick interviews from some of our African-American Leaders across all work groups throughout the Envoy system. For this edition, we have Jared Harvey who is the Director of Maintenance Safety and Compliance working at our headquarters in Irving, Texas. How did you start out in aviation? Are… Read more »

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Olympian and Envoy Agent Jordin Andrade, ready for Tokyo games

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Cover Photo: Jordin Andrade on the track at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. (Instagram, @jhurdles) Envoy has many employees that live double lives; meaning that not only are they great airline employees, they also excel in everything from nightclub DJs to professional body builders. At Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), Envoy has an Olympian in… Read more »

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First of many, American Airlines Cadet chooses Envoy

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Last year, American Airlines introduced its Cadet Academy that provides student pilots an opportunity to train at hand-picked flight schools and get them on their way toward becoming an airline pilot. After completing their Academy training, the student pilots choose to join one of American’s wholly-owned regional airlines as a Cadet Flight Instructor. We were… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Ying Liu

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There are hundreds of reasons why someone becomes an airline pilot. Some pilots have a long family history of flying planes, while some are the first to jump onto the flight deck. Some are drawn to the prestige of the profession, while others just want to fly like a bird. First Officer Ying Liu is a… Read more »

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Envoy stores clerk uses art to transform his life

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“Not all those who wander are lost.” ~ J.R.R. Tolkien For much of his adult life, Maintenance Stores Clerk Ben Moore moved around, didn’t have much and worked to survive. When his marriage split up and his children moved in with their mother, Ben looked toward his lifelong passion of drawing to help cope with… Read more »

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