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Embracing differences with First Officer Jakob Barnard

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Sometimes when evaluating an airline like Envoy, it can seem that the only things that matter are the airplanes, performance metrics and getting passengers to their destinations on time and safely. And while those are critically important aspects of any airline, they’re not the only things that make Envoy successful. The company is  made up of… Read more »

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60 second interview: Danielle Griffin

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Danielle is a People Services Manager, based at Envoy Headquarters. She joined Envoy in 2016 and currently a business partner for our Air Operations and Corporate Admin workgroups. What is the best advice you’ve received? Be your best at all times. The tape is always rolling and somebody is always watching. When your name is called,… Read more »

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60 second interview: Henry Bradford

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Henry is the General Manager of our Little Rock (LIT) operation. What is the best advice you’ve received? Respect is always given, before it can be received. What keeps you motivated in a fast-pasted industry like aviation? My motivation is to make sure I am demonstrating the correct standards that will motivate other to follow…. Read more »

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Heroes in Cedar Rapids

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On Wednesday, February 14, the Envoy team in Cedar Rapids (CID) gathered for a mystery ‘all-hands’ meeting. “We’ve come a long way as a team, and this is a story all about teamwork,” opened Envoy CID General Manager Frank Dombrowski. “What happened that night in January showed how we can come together to achieve great… Read more »

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Retired Envoy pilot ‘eager’ to teach again

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In an instant, the massive shifting and swerving Embraer 145 simulator came to a halt, the drawbridge dropped and when three pilots exited, three more entered through the sim doors. It was 10 a.m. and Professional Simulator Instructor Jim Carter was preparing his two first officers in-training for a marathon of simulator practice. In three locations across… Read more »

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