For a new hire pilot, the first few months on the job can pose exciting challenges in the flight deck. But what about the world outside of the airplane? While handling yourself as a professional pilot may not come with a checklist, pilots can now lean on their fellow aviators to help navigate the day-to-day expectations of flying at Endeavor.
At Endeavor Air, safety is our key guiding principle. Maintaining a safe operation is at the center of all we do. But with such a strong emphasis on safety, what happens when mistakes are made?
Choosing a vacation destination can be a tough decision. For JFK Captain Sery Crosby, a ski trip in the Alps promised incredible views – and the benefit of three alpine countries to explore. What was your destination and why did you choose it? I chose Chamonix in the French Alps for skiing as it gave … Continue reading View from the Top: Endeavor Pilot Vacations ‘Above the Clouds’
As a commercial pilot, the people flying up with you can change on a daily basis. For Morgan and Tad Vanzile, a trip in July of 2008 created a life-changing pairing that both hadn't expected. At the time, both pilots were in relationships outside of work. It wasn’t until more than a year later that their professional relationship turned personal.
According to Heinz Ahlers, Endeavor’s Manager of Engineering, he was kind of a big deal in high school. He was the official photographer for the school’s yearbook, which meant he held the power of how his classmates' formative years would be documented in perpetuity. During a school dance aboard a river boat on the Ohio River, Heinz was peering through his camera lens when he saw a young lady who would change his life forever.
For Ron and Kari Lagace, the airline business was what brought them together, and it’s what keeps them together after 13 years of marriage. Having met while working for a small destination airline in Florida, Team Lagace began with perseverance – and perhaps some persistence.
Kenny and Melissa Trull’s path to marital bliss took an anomalous route, you could even call it nontraditional. After meeting during Advanced Individual Training (AIT) with the U.S. Army, Kenny and Melissa were both awarded Motor Transport Operators assignments and prepared for their first overseas deployment.
Hockey is a passion that’s hard to quit for those who played competitively. For Sarah Sullivan, a MSP-based Flight Attendant, she thought she had hung up her skates for the last time until one fateful trip and a long overnight in Canada reignited her love for the ice.
For HR Coordinator Hannah Raj, a Christmas vacation to visit family turned into an unexpected trip around the globe. The final destination: Dubai, United Arab Emirates — complete with camel rides, spice markets, and the making of cherished memories.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it is one of the busiest for Endeavor recruitment teams.