Envoy News

Envoy honored with Diversity Award

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For third consecutive year, Envoy was recognized by Diversity MBA as one of 50 Out Front: Best Places to Work for Women & Diverse Managers. Diversity MBA is a Chicago-based national leadership organization that integrates diversity and inclusion with talent management. “We recognize embracing differences is one of many qualities that strengthens our company,” said Chanen… Read more »

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Finance Vice President named DBJ 40 Under 40

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Last week, Envoy Vice President of Finance & Planning Kara McKinney was chosen by the Dallas Business Journal for their annual “40 Under 40” Awards. The award celebrates stars on the rise in the Dallas-Fort Worth area who are “the region’s brightest and most talented leaders” and “people that the North Texas community should know,”… Read more »

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Not all heroes wear capes – some wear wings

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While waiting to work a flight from Chicago (ORD) to Harrisburg (MDT) Envoy Flight Attendant Art Codero noticed a customer in the gate area who appeared to be unconscious and turning blue. Without flinching, he located an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) unit and proceeded to administer shocks to the customer, who was quickly revived. Once paramedics arrived,… Read more »

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Fun, sun and safety in LAX

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On Tuesday, Feb. 18, the Envoy Customer Services team in Los Angeles (LAX) hosted a safety-themed employee recognition event, complete with games, trivia, raffle prizes, a taco truck and, of course, California sunshine. Managers and Lead Agents designed and selected each game with a specific goal in mind – to improve Elevate behaviors, test Safety and Eagle… Read more »

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American Airlines Honors Envoy’s Distinguished Cadets

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Last week, Captain Chip Long, American Airlines Managing Director of Flight Line Operations and First Officer Cory Glenn, American Airlines Senior Manager of Pilot Recruiting and Development, hosted a special luncheon to honor top-performing Cadet Pilots enrolled in an AAG Cadet Program. Five Envoy Cadets were selected to be honored based on feedback from their peers, recruiters… Read more »

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