Gregory Fontaine

Assistant Professor
Aeronautical Science Department
College of Aviation
Gregory Fontaine

  • M.A.S. - Master of Aeronautical Science in Aviation/Aerospace Education, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • A.S. - Associate of Science in Professional Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

  • Flight Instructor - Federal Aviation Administration
  • Commercial Pilot - Federal Aviation Administration
  • Aircraft Dispatcher - Federal Aviation Administration
  • Ground Instructor - Federal Aviation Administration

  • AS 410: Airline Dispatch Operations
  • AS 350: Domestic Intrntnl Navigation

ASC 101 Student Success AS 121 Private Pilot Operations AS 221 Instrument Pilot Operations AS 321 Commercial Pilot Operations AS 254 Aviation Legislation AS 311 Aircraft Engines - Turbine AS 357 Flight Physiology AS 350 Domestic and International Navigation AS 410 Airline Dispatch Operations AS 430 Beechcraft 1900 Crew Techniques

Greg Fontaine has over 27 years full time service with the Flight and Aeronautical Science Departments at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He has logged in excess 5000 instruction hours in single engine and light twin engine aircraft, and over 40 instruction hours in a Level D Beechcraft 1900 simulator. Greg was the primary coordinator/developer for FAR 142 certification at the Embry-Riddle Advanced Flight Simulation Center, and was responsible for extensive courseware and classroom support materials development for the flight and simulation departments. He has performed research and ground training for AGATE, and has completed comparative research on PC Flight Simulation devices. Since August 2000 he has taught full time in the Aeronautical Science Department.