Envoy News

Envoy to open new Maintenance facility in Little Rock (LIT)

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We’re pleased to announce that Envoy will establish a new Aircraft Maintenance facility in Little Rock (LIT) later this year, investing more than $2 million and bringing 60 new jobs to the area over the next five years. The new facility will provide maintenance support for our growing fleet of 76-seat Embraer 175 (E175) aircraft. “Our new… Read more »

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Envoy signs The Ohio State University as Cadet Program partner

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On Saturday, August 27th, representatives from Envoy and Ohio State University Center for Aviation Studies met to formally sign the Envoy Cadet Program agreement and welcome Ohio State as an official partner in our enhanced Envoy Cadet Program. In a ceremony at The Ohio State University Airport, representatives and students from the university toured an Envoy Embraer 145… Read more »

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Now Serving Stillwater, Okla.

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Today marked the start of a new route for Envoy as we began scheduled service from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Stillwater, Oklahoma (SWO) using Embraer 145 regional jets. SWO, home of Oklahoma State University (OSU), is a new destination for AAG and the honor of piloting this inaugural flight goes to two OSU graduates: Envoy… Read more »

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Envoy and TWU Reach Tentative Agreement

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Envoy is pleased to report that we have reached a Tentative Agreement (TA) with our Aircraft Maintenance Technicians and related work groups represented by the Transport Workers Union of America (TWU). “My sincere thanks to the negotiating teams at both the TWU and Envoy for all of their work to develop and reach this Agreement… Read more »

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10,000 Controllable cancel-free flights for our E175 fleet!

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Yesterday Envoy made history, as we became the first Embraer operator in North America to reach 10,000 flights with the Embraer 175 (E175) aircraft without taking any controllable cancellations since the start of revenue service. “This streak didn’t just happen by accident,” said Vice President E175 Program, Capt. Jim Winkley. “It takes lots of dedication… Read more »

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