Envoy News

Envoy MX teams ready returning aircraft

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As we announced earlier this week, American is bringing three Embraer 140 (E140) aircraft back from storage in San Angelo (SJT) in time for Envoy to begin operating them in May. The Envoy and Eagle Aviation Services Inc. (EASI) teams immediately sprang into action to evaluate the aircraft and expedite their return to our fleet…. Read more »

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Two more ‘eagles’ leave the nest

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The next two Embraer 175 (E175) aircraft – N228NN and N229NN – made their way to the Envoy fleet from the Embraer factory in São José dos Campos, Brazil. The planes arrived at our maintenance facility in Abilene (ABI) March 23, where they’ll undergo conformity checks and Wi-Fi installation. Envoy Captains Brad Wickman, Jon Reibach, Graham… Read more »

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Envoy to participate in AAG Profit Sharing program

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Today, American Airlines Group (AAG) shared some exciting news that will directly benefit Envoy employees. AAG announced that it is establishing a new profit sharing program for employees of AAG companies – including its wholly owned regional carriers. Effective with its 2016 earnings, AAG will set aside five percent of every pre-tax dollar earned each… Read more »

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Envoy’s fleet continues to grow!

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Envoy is pleased to announce that American has just added five additional aircraft to our fleet, starting in May.  Work is already underway to reactivate three Embraer 140 (E140) that have been parked, in order to have them ready to begin flying the May schedule and beyond. Additionally, American will return two of the 16… Read more »

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Envoy completes 1,000 E175 flights without a cancel!

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  Above: Envoy’s eighth Embraer 175 prepares to depart the factory in Brazil. On Sunday, March 13, Envoy reached a significant milestone – operating 1,000 revenue flights with our new Embraer 175 (E175) aircraft without taking a single cancellation! Flight 3113 from Northwest Arkansas (XNA) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) had the honor of being the… Read more »

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