WICHITA, Kan. — Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics has been named the exclusive U.S. Service Center for Trig Avionics, serving Trig customers in all of North America. The agreement further expands Mid-Continent’s avionics capabilities to include Trigs’ TT21, TT22, and TT31 transponders, TY91 and TY92 VHF Comm radios. Trig Avionics, located in Edinburgh, Scotland, joins a respected network of avionics and equipment manufacturers, such as Kannad, Honeywell Bendix/King and United Instruments who have selected Mid-Continent to service their products.
Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics was selected due to the company’s technical expertise, superior quality and quick turnaround service. In preparation, Andy Campbell, Trig Avionics field support engineer, conducted product training at Mid-Continent’s facility. The training process consisted of classroom instruction and hands-on training in the areas of test, teardown, rebuild and fault diagnosis.
“I am delighted that Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics is now operating as Trig’s exclusive U.S. Service Center. The professionalism and technical abilities of the Mid-Continent team are impressive. We are perfectly aligned in our commitment to provide first-class service to our customers,” stated Trig Avionics CEO, Andy Davis. “Following extensive technical training, the Mid-Continent team is ready to provide full repair services to Trig customers through our network of 75 Approved Trig Dealers in the U.S.,” Davis added.
For more information about Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics or the Trig Avionics service agreement, contact Tom Genovese, director of sales, at 316-630-0101 or visit www.mcico.com.
About Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics
Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics manufactures and repairs aircraft instruments, avionics and power solutions for the general aviation industry. Services at the Wichita, Kan., facility include custom design, manufacturing, overhaul/exchange and repair. The company's Van Nuys, Calif. facility provides new instrument sales and is the top-rated instrument overhaul shop on the West Coast. Mid-Continent products are found in most Cessna-built aircraft and Beechcraft Corp.'s line of Bonanzas, Barons and King Airs. Other key customers include Garmin International, Cirrus, Diamond, Piper, Robinson Helicopter Co., Vulcanair, Eurocopter and Bell Helicopter. For more information, visit mcico.com.
About Trig Avionics
Trig Avionics design and manufacture certified avionics for the Light and General Aviation sector. We are experts in producing compact and light weight avionics that are smart, affordable and future proof. Our product line was developed to meet a need in Europe for a Mode S transponder. Trig produces a retro-fit unit called the TT31 and compact transponders; the TT21 and TT22. These are popular, particularly where aircraft panel space is tight. The company is expanding and offering new products, such as our TY91 and TY92 radios. Further new products will be introduced in 2013 aimed primarily at the retro-fit market. Trig are the first company in the world to meet the latest FAA certification for transponders to TSO C166b, offering a 2020 ‘mandate ready’ 1090ES ADS-B Out solution for the U.S. and beyond. Trig's philosophy is to provide certified products that are innovative, simple to operate and suit the needs of regular GA pilots. All products are backed up by a quality of support that aims to be the best in the industry, via our network of 198 Approved Trig Dealers. Trig has Service Centres in the U.S. Australia and Europe. EDMO are Trig's U.S. distributor based in Spokane.
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