Aviation
June 22, 2022

US Trinity Aviation Heads to Industry Conference in California

The US Trinity Aviation leadership team is heading to California for the first in person show in two years. The 2022 show was originally planned for the end of January but was postponed at the last minute and moved to April.

US Trinity Aviation opened eighteen months ago and one of the first shows on their agenda in 2020 was to be the annual Schedulers and Dispatchers conference, but, COVID-19 had other plans. That show did occur in a virtual format, which USTA participated in, however, it was not as successful as the in-person show format.

The team is excited for the opportunity at the 2022 show to meet with scheduler and dispatcher attendees that have the potential to send aircraft into DTO. Operating for a little over a year the team has been successful in growing their tenant base, contributing to the overall growth of the airport and drawing transient aircraft. The service level, competitive fuel pricing, and less congestion has been a draw.

Equal success has been found in filling hangars, but there is still some vacancy. With a massive FBO campus and hangars that can accommodate up to a BBJ, the team hopes to meet with clients that are looking for a base of operations or hangarage for a growing fleet. With space becoming more elusive at Love Field and Addison, USTA's locale and easy access to both is definitely worth consideration to anyone seriously looking.

The US Trinity Aviation team traveling to S&D will consist of industry veterans: Damon Ward, Maggie Severen and Dayna Reynolds. Armed with their industry experience and knowledge of all things US Trinity Aviation they will be ready to answer questions, talk fuel pricing, provide details on future growth plans, hangar availability and what the FBO and Denton Enterprise Airport has to offer business aircraft operators.

The Schedulers and Dispatchers conference will take place April 5th-7th at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.

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