Aero Friedrichshafen, Europe’s biggest aviation show takes off next week. The Trig Aerobatic Team will be flying through Europe to Friedrichshafen in their bright yellow S1 Pitts vintage aircraft.
The team plan to visit flying clubs on route, sharing the excitement of aviation and keen to meet pilots on the way. You are welcome to catch up with the team on route – details of their scheduled landings will be posted live via their Facebook page.
On arrival at Aero the Trig Aerobatic Team will be on static display, adjacent to the Trig Avionics stand in Hall A5 – 501. This year is the 25th Anniversary show; it is expected to be a record breaking year. Trig employees will be at the show and are looking forward to meeting pilots and discussing their avionics requirements.
Jon Roper, Trig’s Marketing Manager said, “Aero Friedrichshafen is a highpoint for us, this year 8.33 is the big topic so we will be there to assist customers. Having our aerobatic team at the show is an additional attraction – come and meet Richard Grace and Dave Puleston who have a superb expertise in restoring and flying war bird and vintage aircraft.”
Trig is well respected for its established compact avionics – ideal where panel space is tight. Trig’s TT21 is one of the smallest Mode S and ADS-B transponders on sale. Trig’s matching 8.33 VHF radio called the TY91 is also available. These units are popular with light sport and general aviation pilots.
Trig is also known for their retrofit TT31 ADS-B Out transponder and the slimline TY96 8.33 VHF radio. All these products will be available for demonstration and a number of Approved Trig Dealers will be at the show and on hand to take orders.
Trig will also be showing their TN72 certified GPS position source at the show, an ideal compliment for any Trig transponder to become ADS-B Out. All Trig products are smart, affordable and future proof and come with a two-year warranty, via a network of Approved Trig Dealers.
If you are thinking of equipping your aircraft with avionics then come and meet the Trig team first or see them in their aircraft as they visit your local airfield.