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Celebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radio - Win a VIP Tour of the Trig Aerobatic Teams Hangar

PUBLISHED: 16:03 26 July 2016 | UPDATED: 16:38 26 July 2016

Celebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radio

Celebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radio

Darren Harbar -

Trig Avionics, based in Edinburgh, are delighted to announce that their TY96 and TY97 8.33kHz radio is now available. Trig’s TY96 and TY97 radios, are now shipping having gained EASA certification. The TY96 and TY97 are the latest edition to Trig’s growing product range.

Celebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radioCelebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radio

To celebrate the launch, Trig Avionics are inviting YOU to enter a Trig promotion competition in partnership with Pilot Magazine. You could win the chance to meet the Trig Aerobatic Team and win a tour of their hangar, in Sywell as a VIP guest.

Celebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radioCelebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radio

Jon Roper, Trig’s Marketing Manager said, “I am delighted the TY96 and TY97 are now both shipping. These radios are loaded with great features that pilots will really benefit from.”

Trig Avionics, has received fantastic feedback from dealers and end users globally when demonstrating the radio at trade shows.

Celebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radioCelebrate the launch of Trig’s TY96 radio

Trig is passionate about supporting grass roots aviation and have created this competition, to give you the chance, to access this unique collection of vintage aircrafts.

Richard Grace - Team Leader Trig Aerobatic TeamRichard Grace - Team Leader Trig Aerobatic Team

Since 2012, Trig Avionics, have sponsored Richard Grace and Dave Puleston as the Trig Aerobatic Team. Richard and Dave, have passion for display flying and regularly drop into flying clubs, where they are happy to meet other pilots and discuss flying.

Dave Puleston - Trig Aerobatic TeamDave Puleston - Trig Aerobatic Team

The Trig Aerobatic team have moved to a new purpose built hangar at Sywell Airfield. As well as being accomplished pilots, both Richard and Dave restore old warbird aircraft, the collection you could visit.

If you have an interest in the history of aviation, then Trig would love to give you the opportunity to share our passion and see the restoration of classic warbird aircraft first hand.

Click here to enter the Pilot competition for your chance to WIN this once in a lifetime prize!

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