Mike began flying in 1988. He has obtained the commercial pilot certificate and instrument rating. He progressed into his flying career as a CFI and CFII. Most recently, he worked for seven years at Tucson Aeroservice Center as an instructor and when the flight school closed, he was asked to start up his own school.
Mike has completed over 4,000 hours of which 3,600 are instructor hours. He holds ratings as a CFI, CFII and can conduct any training including sport, private, high performance, complex, tail wheel, commercial, instrument and mountain flying. Mike is also a FAA FAAST representative and participating member of the FAA Wings program.
Whether you are looking for just the experience of flight, a flight review, WINGS training or are interested in a career in aviation, Mike can help you achieve your dreams of flight.
Keith has been an aviator since 1978. He started flying while stationed at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona where he was a senior member of the Civil Air Patrol. He also flew in Europe during his assignment as an F15 maintainer. He developed the Ground Engine Run training course standardizing the wing's ground run training.
After leaving the US Air Force, he returned to his home base of Cape Cod, MA. He was the service manager and sound system designer at a professional sound company in Hyannis, MA. He was able to use his aviation skills while servicing church, school, hospital and club sound systems on the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. He added the instrument rating and the commercial certificate before relocating his family to the Tucson area. Keith holds Advanced and Instrument Ground Instructor Certificates.
Keith continues his training as a CFI-I student with Mike Matthews CFI, CFI-I of Marana Flight School where he instructs Private, Commercial, High Performance and Complex as well as conducts Flight Reviews and WINGS training.