Trig Avionics is proud to be a member of the Aircraft Electronics Association.
The AEA is a global industry body, representing the interests of the avionics industry. In 2021 international travel restrictions, caused by Covid, prevented Trig staff from attending the AEA convention.
This year Trig will return, in person. The team are looking forward to meeting customers and colleagues from across the industry.
Trig Marketing Manager, Jon Roper said, “We are always keen to meet customers and get feedback on our products and service. At the AEA Trig provides technical training for dealers, who get the latest insights and updates on our product range. Approved Trig Dealers who are attending AEA are encouraged to come along on Tuesday the 29th of March at 8.30am. Trig CEO Andy Davis will be running the workshop and sharing his comprehensive expertise.”
A focal point of the convention in New Orleans is the AEA Exhibition Hall. Trig will be on hand at booth 234-236 to assist delegates and demonstrate Trig products throughout the event.
Jon Roper said, “Trig represents a really practical proposition for aircraft owners. Trig products deliver the best mix of quality, features and value. Every sale is backed by a quality of support that is positively acknowledged within the industry. It’s been good to see how general aviation is recovering from the impact of Covid. Today more dealers are discovering that Trig’s surveillance, communication and navigation equipment is a great solution in airframes both old and new.”
Trig manufactures certified Mode S transponders that are ADS-B Out capable, VHF radios and GPS and navigation equipment. The company also produces audio panels and a range of GPS antenna / wiring ancillaries. These are designed for a complete and efficient installation experience.
For more details, visit the Trig stand at AEA or log view our product pages