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Mission Statement:
"We steadily improve our processes and procedures in order to make our customers ecstatically happy while maintaining the dignity of our entire family of employees".

Aircraft Maintenance & Parts

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE:

Mid Island is pleased to be recognized as a Cessna Single Engine Service Center at our ISP facility. Propeller-driven Cessnas and numerous other GA aircraft are supported through a worldwide network of over 350 service stations that operate with high standards of customer service. As the local expert in servicing Cessnas, each center meets a consistent standard of service requirements, including facilities, personnel, training, basic and special tools, parts and technical information.

Mid Island Air Service is a full service FBO which has been providing expert aircraft maintenance services on LI since 1946. Our shop is staffed with FAA certified A & P mechanics with a total of over 85 years of GA experience with safety and quality as our foremost priority. As a Cessna Service Center, we now offer even greater services, including a complete line of aircraft parts. Our retail shops are available for minor maintenance, oil changes, service bulletin compliance as well as annual inspections. Do not trust your maintenance to a "trunk mechanic"; our company's reputation stands behind our work.

Our ISP Director of Maintenance, John Coluccio, can be reached at our ISP branch at 631 445-2685. Mike Bellenir, our HWV Director of Maintenance is available at 631 281-5400. Both are Aircraft Inspectors, certified to perform all aircraft annual inspections.


AIRCRAFT PARTS:

Cessna has a huge parts inventory at their distributon facility in Wichita, Kansas. In addition to the Cessna unique parts, they offer a full line of after-market and remanufactured parts that fit all general aviation aircraft models. All parts come with FAA Form 8130-3 documentation and are shipped same-day. AOG service is provided for all Service Stations, 24 hours a day, seven days a week to get your aircraft back in the air as quickly as possible.

 

John at Work

 

Rev. 01/12/2013