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In the Air with the Lt. Dan Band

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It was a concert months in the making, but if the cheering crowd was any indication, it was well worth the wait. With the sun setting under a balmy night sky, the Lt. Dan Band, a program of the Gary Sinise Foundation, took the stage at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, with acclaimed actor Gary Sinise leading… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Amanda Tucker

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It was supposed to be a routine overnight trip to Pensacola, Florida for Envoy First Officer Amanda Tucker. She was going to show what a day-in-the-life of an Envoy pilot entails – her walk around inspection, flight planning, riding the shuttle to the hotel, a trip to a local restaurant…you know, the usual. But Amanda… Read more »

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One family, One team

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Together Everyone Achieves More It may be cliché like an inspirational poster you’d see on a break room wall, but when it comes to teamwork Envoy is the poster child for achieving more together. Just this past week, a flight departing from Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) experienced a unique delay that was resolved in a… Read more »

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Envoy reaches 100 Rotor Transition Program pilots

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About a year ago, Envoy began an audacious project to train military helicopter pilots to become airline pilots, and Envoy has successfully passed 100 pilots through the Rotor Transition Program (RTP). Taking that 100th spot is pilot Matthew Silker, retired Army Captain, who flew Blackhawks, Guardrails and KingAirs. A father of four, Matthew is prepared to… Read more »

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Girls Rule at International Girls In Aviation Day

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On September 23, Women in Aviation International (WAI) chapters around the world hosted the third annual “International Girls In Aviation Day” event to attract more young women to the aviation and aerospace communities. Envoy is proud to have been a sponsor of the WAI North Texas Chapter Dallas area event, where we had our pilot… Read more »

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