NBAA Convention News

Texas FBO Makes Delayed BACE Debut

 - October 6, 2021, 3:00 PM
Having missed its first opportunity to exhibit at NBAA-BACE due to last year's show cancellation on account of the pandemic, new Dallas/Fort Worth-area FBO US Trinity Aviation hopes to make the most of the 2021 convention in Las Vegas. (Photo: US Trinity Aviation)

Among the companies making their first appearance at NBAA-BACE this year is US Trinity Aviation, a new FBO at Texas’s Denton Enterprise Airport, some 40 minutes from Dallas and 30 minutes from Fort Worth. The Avfuel-branded facility is part of the fuel company’s lineup of exhibiting service providers (Booth 945) this week at the business aviation trade show.

The facility began operations in September 2020, and with last year’s live NBAA convention being canceled due to the Covid pandemic, the company is eager for its first chance to meet with the larger BACE audience.

“Since opening our doors a year ago, we have highly anticipated being part of this show,” said general manager Damon Ward. “As you can imagine, opening a brand-new FBO at the height of a pandemic came with some marketing challenges, so we’re looking forward to fully leveraging the opportunity to engage with attendees at NBAA-BACE to introduce operators to US Trinity Aviation.”

One of two FBOs on the field, US Trinity offers a 26,300-sq-ft terminal with passenger and crew lounges, two 12-seat conference rooms, large dining area, flight planning area, crew cars, vehicle valet service, on-site car rental, and tenant office space. The facility also features 65,000 sq ft of hangar space that can accommodate aircraft up to the size of a Boeing BBJ.

As part of the Avfuel network, the company participates in the Avtrip customer loyalty and contract fuel programs.