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Envoy team in Miami spends time with Very Important Passenger

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For any airline there are special passengers that need expert assistance and attention, and whether they are frequent flyers, military veterans or people with autism, Envoy goes the extra mile to guarantee a memorable experience.  And then there’s four-year-old Kristen.  Born with physical disabilities in Honduras, Kristen Emiliana Castellón (pictured above) and her grandmother were… Read more »

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Following her father’s flightpath

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Cover photo: Envoy First Officer Gabriella Lindskoug (right) and her father Ulf Lindskog, an American Airlines First Officer. Photo courtesy of Gabriella Lindskoug. Gabriella’s earliest memories are filled with the sights and sounds of airports and the oddly sweet smell of jet fuel. Along with the feeling of care, excitement and wisdom from her father. … Read more »

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Silver Linings: Envoy pilots start grassroots campaign for military

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Cover photo: Envoy First Officer Brian DePuy (left) and First Officer Adam Kee (right). (Photos courtesy of Brian and Adam) All hands on deck! It’s a phrase we’re hearing all too often these days. When Envoy First Officers Adam Kee, Brian DePuy, and Derek Schurman heard that American Airlines was drumming up volunteers to send care… Read more »

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Silver Linings: Envoy mechanic creates masks with 3D printer

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Cover photo: Envoy Inspector Mechanic Humberto Montalban wearing his mask at the Columbus, Ohio hangar.  With innovation and technology being a major tenet of aviation, it’s only fitting that, during this pandemic, an Envoy mechanic would use his technical know-how to improve upon the homemade-mask movement. Humberto Montalban, an Inspector Mechanic based in Columbus, Ohio was inspired… Read more »

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