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The Trig Aerobatic team are going on tour to Aero Friedrichshafen

PUBLISHED: 12:10 31 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:10 31 March 2017

Trig Avionics on Tour. Photo: Trig Avionics/Darren Harbar

Trig Avionics on Tour. Photo: Trig Avionics/Darren Harbar

Darren Harbar - focalplaneimages.co.uk

Aero Friedrichshafen – the largest aviation show in Europe – commences next week and the Trig Aerobatic Team will be touring through Europe to Friedrichshafen in their bright yellow S1 Pitts classic aerobatic aircraft

Trig Avionics on Tour. Photo: Trig Avionics/Darren Harbar Trig Avionics on Tour. Photo: Trig Avionics/Darren Harbar

They plan to visit various flying clubs on route, meeting and greeting pilots on the way. Details of the team’s scheduled landings can be seen via their Facebook page which they will be updating as they go.

Upon arrival at Aero the Trig Aerobatic Team will be on static display, adjacent to the Trig Avionics stand in Hall A5 - 501. This year is the 25th Anniversary show; it is expected to be a record breaking year.

Jon Roper, Trig’s Marketing Manager said, “Aero Friedrichshafen is a highpoint for us, this year 8.33 is the big topic so we will be there to assist customers. Having our aerobatic team at the show is an additional attraction - come and meet Richard Grace and Dave Puleston who have a superb expertise in restoring and flying warbird and vintage aircraft.”

Trig’s TT21 is one of the smallest Mode S and ADS-B transponders on sale and their matching 8.33 VHF radio called the TY91 is also available.

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