William Coyne

Title
Professor of Air Traffic Management and Program Coordinator for the B.S. in Air Traffic Management
Email
Department
Applied Aviation Sciences Department
College
Daytona College of Aviation
William Coyne

  • Ed.D. - Doctor of Education in Higher Education Leadership, Nova Southeastern University
  • M. - Master in Aviation Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management, Phillips University

  • AT 406: En route Non-Radar Operations
  • MSA 618: En route Non-Radar Operations
  • AT 405: En route Radar Operations
  • MSA 617: En route Radar Operations
  • AT 306: Safety in Air Traffic Mgmt

Currently Teaching
• AT 405: En route Radar Operations
• AT 406: En route Non-Radar Operations
• AT 495: Collaborative Traffic Flow Management

  • A PESTE Analysis of European Route Charges. (2014) International Journal of Science Commerce & Humanities, 2(6).
  • A PESTE Analysis of Performance Based Navigation; Political, Ecological, Social, Technological, Economical Factors. (2014) International Journal of Science, Commerce, and Humanities, 2(5).
  • Air Traffic Simulations, Sage Encyclopedia of Transportation.
  • NextGen and SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research). (2013). International Journal of Science, Commerce and Humanities, 1 (7).
  • Professionalism: A Curriculum and Expected Competence Learned Early in the Life of an Aviation Maintenance Technician. Aviation Maintenance Summit Conference, November 2013.
  • Embry-Riddle Spaceflight Research Initiative, Task 2-Aviation Impact from Space Operations Analysis Process, (2012).
  • Space Commerce Study, ERAU Internal Research Project, (2011).
  • Change Is A Coming, (2008). C.Howell (ED), 101
  • An Analysis of Barriers Found in Reporting Wildlife Strike Incidents to FAA National Wildlife Strike Database for Civilian Aviation, (2007). International Journal of Professional Aviation Training & Testing Research, 1 (1) Article 4, pp. 38-57.