US Trinity Aviation was thrilled to host the first post pandemic Meet and Greet for the NTBAA on April 28th. With an anticipated guest count of 75, the event exceeded expectations with 143 members submitting an RSVP. Because of inclement weather the number of actual attendees was slightly less but the event was still very well attended.
The large meeting room and open hangar venue of the FBO proved to be the perfect amount of space for social distancing. Air Culinaire Worldwide and Duncan Aviation served as co-sponsors and spearheading the event were NTBAA Secretary, Cat Clay with Business Jet Center, NTBAA Program and Events Director, Hannah Wright, also with Business Jet Center and NTBAA Co-chair Kelly Roby with Polaris Aero with Dayna Reynolds from US Trinity Aviation’s Leadership team.
Lite bites and drinks were provided and a silent auction and drawing were highlights of the evening. American Kodiak static displayed one of their aircraft and guests enjoyed trying out the seating configuration while asking their questions about the Kodiak product.
It was a great event for networking and catching up and getting insight into what is going on in the North Texas Aviation community. The evening was a welcomed kick off after a year-long hiatus from in-person meetings. As a newly joined member to NTBAA it was US Trinity Aviation’s inaugural event but something that will definitely be on the FBO’s agenda again.