Envoy Air

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Envoy Air Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group, operating nearly 150 aircraft on about 800 daily flights to more than 140 destinations. With more than 14,000 employees, Envoy is the largest provider of regional flight service to American Airlines under the American Eagle brand.

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