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Silver Linings: Envoy couple finally ties the knot

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Cover photo: Nancy Hunter and Bob Riney tying the knot at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Chapel.  Walk don’t run. For 20 years, Nancy Hunter and Bob Riney lived together in Dallas-Fort Worth, but were never married. Nancy, a native of Long Island, New York, has been a Flight Attendant with Envoy since 1992, and her newly… Read more »

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Fit & healthy on the road with Captain Contreras

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Captain Fernando Contreras, 28, came to the United States when he was a teenager, but even since then, he’s been interested in aviation and fitness. Watching his father fly wide-body jets fueled his passion for flying, while at home his mother passed on her knowledge of eating healthy. Now a Captain based out of Miami… Read more »

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60 Second Interview: CA Marleine El Marj

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In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re sharing a series of sixty-second interviews from the women employees and leaders all across the Envoy operation. For this installment, we hear from Captain Marleine El Marj, a Lebanese native who flies the Embraer 175 based in Dallas-Fort Worth. What makes you proud? Achieving my goal of becoming an airline… Read more »

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Love is in the AAir: Captains Dustin and Leslie Willis

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A little healthy competition between friends and colleagues can prove to be fruitful and productive. But would you ever think that it could fuel a loving relationship between two partners? If you’re like Envoy Captains Dustin and Leslie Willis, competition is your thing. A little ribbing during a football game between their alma maters, Dustin… Read more »

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Compassionate teamwork helps passenger in need

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Those on the outside of aviation looking at our employees in customer service, maintenance, flight crews and beyond, aren’t always seeing the full story. Each person that calls aviation their home is just that, a person, a human with more than just a job to do. The most important and valuable part of what we… Read more »

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