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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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Embracing differences at the 2020 NGPA Winter Warm-Up

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This year’s NGPA Winter Warm-Up Conference in Palm Springs was a new beginning for the event, and for the organization itself. Held at the newly renovated Riviera hotel, the space was a welcoming refreshment compared to previous years, and in a way the new, sophisticated location was perfect for bringing in 2020 and the new… 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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Women With Wings: First Officer Jillian Clay

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First Officer Jillian Clay is a woman who not only knows what she wants, but she’s not afraid to go get it. With both of her parents as shining examples of life inside the airline industry, Jillian envisioned the path to where she is now – she just had to put in the hard work and… Read more »

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Mother-and-son pilot duo fly first trip together on E175

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We always talk about how Envoy is like a family. Well, sometimes it literally is; mother-and-son duo, the Limbachs are two of our very own Envoy pilots! Recently, Captain Curtis Limbach and his mother, First Officer Cindy Limbach, flew their first trip together on the Embraer 175. Cindy, a longtime flight instructor who owns a… Read more »

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