About Interstate Turbine
Our mission is to provide our customers with the best maintenance and avionics solutions available with emphasis on safety, value and timeliness.
We pride ourselves on focusing on our customer relationship first and recommend the best possible solutions to their maintenance needs. This means taking time for a thorough diagnosis that enables us to choose the best possible solution to fix the problem.
Being thorough means that we strive to deliver the aircraft back to the customer discrepancy free and get you safely back in the air with confidence.
About us: Interstate Turbine Management has been in business since August 1998. Interstate Turbine Management is a FAA Certified Part 145 Repair Station that has Class 3 Airframe and Class 1,2 & 3 Avionics ratings along with limited instrument and power plant ratings. We provide Director of Maintenance services to several Part 135 air charter operators.
Our team has over 200 years combined experience. Our FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant technicians can handle your maintenance and avionics needs in a timely and professional manor.
About Our Founder: Allen B. Campbell started in Aviation in 1986 working part time in high school for Carters Flying Service, a crop duster in southern NJ. In 1988 he went into the USMC reserves as a Jet mechanic working on A-4 Skyhawk’s. From 1989 to 1996 he gained invaluable experience working on aircraft at Lewis Flying Service, Delta Air Lines, United Beechcraft & Raytheon Aircraft Services. He has been in business since 1996 and has a multi engine Instrument pilot’s license, Airframe & Powerplant license with Inspection Authorization and a FCC Radio Repairmen license.
In 2018, to better serve our piston powered light aircraft customers, we opened another branch at the Charleston Executive airport on Johns Island.