Alexis Fecteau now works as a senior project engineer and pilot for The Boeing Company, and is one of the company's senior subject matter experts on Performance Based Navigation (PBN) and Required Navigation Performance (RNP). He has extensive experience working internationally with airlines and regulators to bring the safety and efficiency benefits of PBN to aircraft operators around the world. Mr. Fecteau has experience with the international regulatory standards guiding PBN, from the International Civil Aviation Organization, the European Aviation Safety Agency, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Alexis Fecteau is a certified FAA AC 90-101 consultant.
Alexis Fecteau is an airline pilot with experience on the 737-300, 400, 500, and 737NG series aircraft, MD-82/83, and 727. He flew for both United Airlines and Alaska Airlines before transitioning to The Boeing Company. He possesses more than 25 years of professional experience, spanning careers in the aviation, military, and business environments. Mr. Fecteau is a former command pilot, instructor pilot, and evaluator in the US Air Force and graduate of the Air Force's senior military officer course, Air War College, Air Command and Staff College, and Squadron Officer School, as well as a former commander. Alexis Fecteau was an F-15 instructor pilot and experienced flight examiner and instructor pilot in several other aircraft with extensive experience in leadership of organizations of varying sizes and missions. After leaving active duty, he joined the Air Force Reserve in 1999 while flying for Alaska Airlines and went on to serve as Director of Reserve Operations for the National Security Space Institute until 2005, where he not only taught in-depth science and space operations courses, but strategy and leadership for senior military officers and general officers.
Alexis Fecteau also served as a senior business development associate for D3 Technologies, an aerospace engineering company based in the Seattle, Washington, area where he developed business capture, cost and management strategies for growing the business and initiated strategic partnerships within the community. Alexis Fecteau earned his Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University. As a student, he was an accomplished cyclist and captain of the university cycling team.