Late last week, warming temperatures and the rapid melting of record snowfalls across states in the Upper Midwest brought historic flooding to much of Eastern Nebraska. Rising waters from the Platte, Missouri, and Elkhorn Rivers cut off access points into many towns and communities across the state. Early estimates of the destruction are expected to … Continue reading Endeavor Air Pilot Delivers Help, Hope to Flooded Nebraska Neighbors
In early February, Endeavor welcomed Peggy Wiley, our new Director of Hub Operations for our Atlanta base. Peggy comes to Endeavor with 28 years of airline experience, including Station Manager at MCO for US Airways Express and DFW for ASA/ExpressJet. Most recently, Peggy served as General Manager of Airport Customer Service at ExpressJet, where she … Continue reading Introducing our New ATL Hub Director
For the second year, Endeavor Air will deliver some magic to ensure Bert’s Big Adventure, an Atlanta—based non-profit organization, can deliver a memorable vacation experience for 12 children with chronic or terminal illnesses and their families. On February 21, Endeavor will fly these families, along with staff from The Bert Show, an Atlanta morning radio … Continue reading Bert’s Big Adventure Set to Soar in February
Introducing AMP, a new program that aims to educate, engage, and mentor maintenance students who want to become AMTs with Endeavor Air.
For Christopher Lavelle, before he could walk, much less crawl, his path was set thanks to the footsteps laid before him by his father, Chris Lavelle. The journey that led them both to Endeavor is full of twists and turns, ebbs and flows of family responsibilities, and the uncertainty of an ever-changing airline industry.
For LGA Flight Attendant Marco Anjos, a trip to Tokyo provided a cultural immersion, peaceful respite, and the ultimate challenge: To make it to the top of the magnificent Mount Fuji. Reaching the summit gifted Marco with sensational views above the clouds, and memories to last a lifetime. What was your destination and why did … Continue reading Keep Climbing: Flight Attendant Venture to Japan to conquer Mount Fuji
Earlier this month, more than 160 cancer survivors flew from Atlanta to Boston aboard Breast Cancer One (BC1), Delta’s annual survivor flight that kicks off their fundraising initiatives for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Along with the first class treatment on the flight, passengers were treated to succulent seafood dishes, celebrations, and a royal red … Continue reading Taking Flight in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Throughout the month of October, Endeavor Flight Attendants have been given the opportunity to ‘shop’ — at no cost — from a collection of gently-used uniform pieces at each crew base. More than 18,000 uniform pieces from the Richard Tyler collection were donated by Delta for distribution to Endeavor Flight Attendants. The pieces will help … Continue reading Upcycled FA Uniform Pieces Distributed at Crew Bases
For Deb Johnson, Manager, Inflight Training, a trip to China was met with overwhelming hospitality and a true cultural immersion. “My husband and I flew from MSP-SEA, then SEA-PEK. We were picked up by a friend of ours who was traveling to China at the same time. She grew up in Taiyuan, China. Her nephew … Continue reading Travel Corner: Chinese Hospitality
Earlier this month, Richard Skolnick, Maintenance Inspection Manager at LGA, was honored by the FAA with its esteemed Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award, which recognizes maintenance professionals who have delivered 50 years of safety in the aviation industry. Richard has been with Endeavor for nearly two years, but started his career working in the United … Continue reading Endeavor Manager’s Five Decades of Dedicated Service Recognized by FAA