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Catching up with Captain Easton

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It’s no secret February is all about hearts — but not just the candy kind or for decorating. It’s also American Heart Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness and support for heart disease, as well as the importance of heart health. To mark the occasion, we wanted to share an update on a special… Read more »

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60-Second Interview: Cynthia Patmon

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In commemoration of Black History Month, we’re sharing a series of 60-second interviews with employees and leaders from all across the company. First on deck, we’ll hear from Cynthia Patmon, who is a supervisor in our Accounts department. When did you get your start in aviation, and what was your first position? In 1991, I started… Read more »

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Making the best of a challenging year

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Editor’s note: We debated whether or not to publish a recap of 2020 — because well, why? It was a hard year, one of the hardest in modern history. But, we felt we’d be remiss if we didn’t take the opportunity to learn from the challenges we all faced, and remind ourselves what human resilience… Read more »

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The huddle before the storm

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As part of the Envoy Team, when it comes to facing the enormous challenges and adversity the airline industry can throw your way, there is hardly ever an option for you to go it alone. That’s because at Envoy, we are like family.  In this tireless year of uncertainty, we’ve learned to lean on each… Read more »

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Celebrating Wright Brothers Day

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December 17 marks Wright Brothers Day, a nationally observed holiday commemorating the first successful flights in a heavier-than-air, mechanically propelled airplane, that were made by Orville and Wilbur Wright in 1903. In their hometown of Dayton, Ohio, the Wright brothers made aviation history and forever changed our world. Their ingenuity allowed for aviation to begin and… Read more »

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