Mike Niacaris was born and raised in Los Angeles, where he obtained his private pilot license in 2009. He then moved to Kalamazoo, MI to attend Western Michigan University's aviation program, where he obtained his instrument rating, and commercial multi-engine and single-engine ratings. He then came to Third Coast Aviation in early 2012 to obtain his Certificated Flight Instructor certificate, and was hired on shortly after. Mike has a total of about 340 hours, 70 of which are dual-instruction given. He is currently attending his last semester at WMU, and will graduate in April 2013 with a B.S. in Aviation Flight Science and Aviation Administration. Mike is also actively involved with WMU's Sailing Team.
Ratings: Commercial Multi-Engine, Commercial Single-Engine, CFI
Hours: 370 total, 110 dual-given
Courses Taught: Private, Commercial
Aircraft: Cessna 172R, Piper Arrow