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60-Second Interview: Captain Sam Pool

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Cover photo: Captain Sam Pool (center) with Senior VP Air Ops Dee Temples (left) and VP Legal, Labor and Employment Chris Pappaioanou (right)   Envoy Captain Sam Pool flew for Envoy for 11 years and is on his way to American Airlines via the Flow-Through Program. During his time at Envoy, Sam went above and… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Paige Stawicki

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“Mom, can boys be pitots too?” Such an innocent but honest question from the four-year-old daughter of now-retired American Airlines pilot Beverley Bass. Her daughter, Paige Stawicki, couldn’t quite pronounce the word pilot, and only knew what she saw, which was that her mother and her friends were all pilots and all women. Since her… Read more »

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Precious cargo gets first-class treatment in Billings, MT

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It’s no secret; airports can be difficult for customers to travel through, with so many regulations and rules in place to make travel safer, but at the cost of convenience. When one passenger flying from Billings Logan International Airport (BIL) to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) ran into a snag concerning a painting too large to carry on… Read more »

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Envoy Captain must choose, flight or flute?

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The commercial pilot profession isn’t exactly a process that can be duplicated by everyone in the field. Whether you earn your hours at a university, in the military or as a tour guide flying the Grand Canyon, there’s a multitude of pathways that can be charted before landing at an airline. Since he was a… Read more »

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