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Women With Wings: First Officer Paige Stawicki

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“Mom, can boys be pitots too?” Such an innocent but honest question from the four-year-old daughter of now-retired American Airlines pilot Beverley Bass. Her daughter, Paige Stawicki, couldn’t quite pronounce the word pilot, and only knew what she saw, which was that her mother and her friends were all pilots and all women. Since her… Read more »

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Distinguished Envoy Cadet Pilots honored by American Airlines

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Last week, Captain David Tatum, American Airlines Director of Pilot Recruiting & Development, hosted a special luncheon to honor top-performing Cadet Pilots enrolled in an AAG Cadet Program. Nine cadets – including five from Envoy – were selected based on feedback from their peers, recruiters and partner schools, and each received a personalized trophy as a token of… Read more »

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Envoy takes outstanding STEM students on an unforgettable journey

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A once in a lifetime opportunity. That is what 38 high school students from the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) were about to embark upon during the STEM-Liner Experience held May 19-22 at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The STEM-Liner Experience is an immersive event designed to empower young people who are interested in positively… Read more »

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Love is in the AAir: Terry and Nicole Butler

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Most full-time working Americans spend about a third of their lifetime sleeping and another third working, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The last 33 percent is spent on education, leisure and family. This blog series is dedicated to our employees who’ve learned to game the system, and combined their time toiling away at work… Read more »

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