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Envoy VP competes in 70.3 Ironman Triathlon

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Galveston, Texas. It’s supposed to be muggy and hot. Or so thought Jay Murray, Envoy Vice President of Maintenance, on the day of his Memorial Herman Half-Ironman Triathlon. The 70.3 mile course of swimming in the Gulf of Mexico, biking and running was sopping wet, bitterly cold and endlessly challenging. Yet, he and his wife… Read more »

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2018 WAI Conference: Common bonds for a better future

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The International Women in Aviation Conference is always a fun collaboration of women and men coming together to reach a very important common goal – inspire women and girls to flourish and become leaders in the aviation industry. Every year, people from all over the world connect and engage with one another to make a… Read more »

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Top-seniority mechanic celebrates 35 years with Envoy

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Parked outside the Sawyer International Airport (MQT) in the blistering cold, an old van idled with a puff of white steam flowing from its rusty exhaust pipes. Out pops Envoy Maintenance Inspector Matt Gallo with a huge coat and an even bigger smile, like an eager chauffeur. Matt, and his friendly smile, is Marquette through… Read more »

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“Tigger” bounces back at Reno Air Races

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The last time we heard from Envoy First Officer Joseph Clark, he was preparing his racing plane “Tigger” for the 2017 Reno Air Races. Well, he’s back and is carrying new hardware. Last year, Joseph placed 6th overall in the Formula One race. This year, he flew by the competition and placed 2nd, beating out more… Read more »

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A Perfect Fit in Little Rock

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Last year, Envoy announced that it would be opening a much needed maintenance base in Little Rock, Arkansas (LIT) to support our growing fleet of Embraer 175 (E175) regional jets. Since then, we have been hiring new Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT), forming the leadership group to supervise the base, and acquiring the necessary tools and… Read more »

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