Envoy News

Remote Operations ready to go in LaGuardia

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Preparations are underway for the big move at New York LaGuardia (LGA), coming Dec. 9. And one of those moves includes a new “remote operations” area for regional flights. Last week, in coordination with the New York Port Authority, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Envoy safety team, the Envoy Customer Services team in LGA tested… Read more »

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Envoy Serves Vets, Supporting Vital Community Partner

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Last week at the annual Sky Ball XV event, Envoy presented a $50,000 check to Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 8967, located in the small community of Port Aransas, Texas. The VFW’s facility sustained heavy damage during Hurricane Harvey, and this donation will help them rebuild their facility and continue to provide important services… Read more »

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Bozeman and Birmingham, here we come!

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American recently awarded Envoy two new ground handling contracts – Birmingham, Alabama (BHM) and Bozeman, Montana (BZN).Yesterday, the newly-formed Envoy team began providing below-the-wing services in BHM in addition to the above-the-wing work we continue to provide, and we’re scheduled to transition BZN from American’s third-party handler on Dec. 14. “American continues to trust Envoy… Read more »

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American Honors Envoy’s Distinguished Cadets

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Last week, Capt. David Tatum, American Airlines Director of Pilot Recruitment hosted a special luncheon to honor top-performing students enrolled in an AAG Cadet Program. Ten cadet students – including five from Envoy – were selected based on feedback from their peers, recruiters and partner schools, and each received a personalized Boeing 787 Dreamliner model… Read more »

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Coming soon: Ten more E175 to the Envoy fleet!

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Today, American Airlines announced it will acquire ten additional 76-seat, two-class Embraer 175 (E175) aircraft and place them with Envoy Air to operate under the American Eagle brand, beginning in fourth quarter 2018. “These new aircraft not only represent growth for Envoy, they will drive increased jobs across all workgroups,” said President and CEO Pedro… Read more »

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