Trig will be exhibiting at the AOPA Regional Fly-In, Jack Edwards National Airport Alabama – 26-27th October.
AOPA regional fly-ins make it easier for local GA pilots to network and expand their aviation knowledge. Trig is pleased to be attending the AOPA fly-in at Jack Edwards airport this weekend.
Trig Avionics Marketing Manager Jon Roper said, “These shows are a great way to see and understand how Trig products can benefit your aircraft panel. We are on hand with the latest demonstration avionics, this includes a preview of our new Nav/Com, our superb slimline TY96A VHF and established ADS-B solutions.”
Trig now has a maturing stack offer with fully certified audio panels, VHF radio, Nav/Com and one of the most cost effective ADS-B capable transponders, the ‘plug and play’ Mode S TT31.
Trig’s Express Lane Service means that customers with legacy KT76A, 76C and 78A transponders and a GNS or GTN WAAS navigator really can save hundreds of dollars. With this equipment fitted, an ADS-B Out installation time of approx only five hours makes the TT31 significantly more cost-effective compared to other ADS-B options.
Trig offers the best features, quality and value across both stack and compact product lines.
Jon Roper added, “make sure to drop by our stand, I look forward to meeting existing and new customers.”
The Trig stand will be in the main exhibition hangar, booth 50.