Envoy News

More Eagles returning to the Envoy nest

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Just a few weeks ago, we announced that American is returning five additional aircraft to Envoy’s fleet – two Embraer 145s that were being operated by another carrier and three Embraer 140s from storage in San Angelo (SJT). We’re delighted to share an update to that plan that will boost our fleet count even further…. Read more »

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Happy Anniversary, “Envoy!”

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With more than thirty years of experience serving the customers of American Airlines, it was two years ago today that American Eagle Airlines became “Envoy” – and a busy two years it has been! As a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group, Envoy remains the largest regional airline serving American, operating nearly 800 flights… Read more »

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Envoy expands $15,000 signing bonus to Part 135 pilots

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As a wholly owned subsidiary and the largest provider of regional service for American Airlines, Envoy offers aspiring pilots a direct path to a lifelong flying career at American. Our fleet is growing and we’re actively hiring new pilots each month. To ensure we attract and retain the best pilots, we’re extending our enhanced signing… Read more »

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Capt. Scott Trepinski to lead Safety team

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Envoy’s commitment to safety is the foundation of everything we do, and with the support of employees all across the company, we have built a safety culture unrivaled in our industry. Today the company announced an upcoming shift in leadership of the Safety, Security and Environmental (SSE) organization that ensures it continue to stay focused on the… Read more »

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The E175 is flying high: 1,500 flights without a cancel!

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The Envoy team continues to deliver the highest reliability with our new Embraer 175 (E175) fleet – surpassing 1,500 revenue flights on Sunday, March 27 without a single cancellation! American Eagle Flight 3163 departed Savannah (SAV) for Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) a full 10 minutes early, ensuring an on-time start to the day’s operation. “My hat’s off… Read more »

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