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".

Meet Our Mechanics

John Coluccio  FAA A & P Mechanic, Aircraft Inspector
Bill King A & P Mechanic
Jim Swamback A & P Mechanic
Greg Woltmann  A & P Mechanic


John Coluccio
FAA A & P Mechanic,
Aircraft Inspector

Our Director of Maintenance, John Coluccio is an Aircraft Inspector and has been an FAA Certified A & P Mechanic for over 20 years. He is Factory Trained on Cessna Single and Multi Engine, Conquest and Caravan. He has extensive experience on the Piper Malibu, Mooney, Beech SE & ME, Grumman, Commander as well as Turbine Powered Aircraft.

John lives in Sayville with his wife, Deborah and two sons, Jayson and Dario.

Contact John Coluccio at 631 445-2685
for all your maintenance or parts needs.

Bill King
A & P Mechanic
Aircraft Inspector

Aircraft Inspector Bill graduated in 1987 at the top of his class from the College of Aeronautics, earning an Associate Degree in Aircraft Technology as well as his Airframe & Powerplant licenses. He has been employed by American Airlines since 1987 and joined Mid Island as the chief flight school mechanic in July 2000. Bill’s aviation career has involved all facets of aircraft maintenance from the major overhaul of large jetliners to single engine 100 hour inspections. Bill lives in Rocky Point with his wife Ginny and their four children – Billy, Thomas, Matthew & Jennifer. 

Jim Swamback
A & P Mechanic

Jim joined Mid Island in 2002 and works part time as our Flight School A & P Mechanic. He has been in the aviation industry for over 27 years -  ranging from aircraft production at Grumman Aerospace, and was a Lead Mechanic at American Airlines for 14 years. Since 2003, he has been employed in theQuality Control Department ofJetBlue Airways.

Jim lives in Bayport with Pia, his wife of 32 years. They have three children - Megan, Scott, and Jillian.


Greg Woltmann
A & P Mechanic

My interest in aviation started as a young boy (my father was an engineer at Grumman on the F-14 Tomcat). I attended SUNY Farmingdale for Aerospace Technology. I earned my A&P mechanics license, as well as my Private Pilot Certificate and have over 20 years of aviation maintenance experience.

In my free time I attend about a dozen airshows every year, including what was the best show ever, “The Gathering of Mustangs and Legends” in 2007 in Columbus, Ohio.

I also enjoy hiking and mountain biking. But my favorite pastime is traveling the country (especially the American Southwest), collecting rocks, minerals and fossils. I have a special interest in dinosaur fossils of the Canyonlands in Utah. Today my collection is a museum that consists of over 10 tons of rock.



Rev. 02/20/2018