US Trinity Aviation opens FBO at Denton Enterprise Airport
Denton, Texas – 19 November 2020 – New FBO, US Trinity Aviation announces the opening of its premier FBO complex at Denton Enterprise Airport with a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony on November 18.
Having begun operations on September 1, 2020, the Avfuel-branded FBO arrived on the airport field in an existing MRO facility. Though the building interior had recently been updated, US Trinity Aviation’s vision included an additional investment of $300,000 to add a passenger lobby and additional executive restrooms to suit the needs of a modern FBO and its luxury travellers. Finished with a contemporary industrial design, the facility also incorporates the warm elements of a Western aesthetic, for a balance of modernity and comfort befitting its Texas location.
The 26,300-square-foot terminal, situated on a four-acre plot, is now complete with both street-side and ramp-side lobbies, offering amenities that provide for both productivity and relaxation. The street-side space functions as the FBO’s business centre, out of which guests can utilise computer stations, flight plan, and check the weather and NOTAMS.
The business centre staff can also easily accommodate printing and copying requests, along with assisting travellers in meeting their shipping and mailing needs. The ramp-side space functions as the FBO’s passenger lobby and aircraft observation area where guests can await their arrivals or departures in an inviting, comfortable atmosphere.
The FBO also provides a dedicated lounge for pilots to find some respite with comfortable seating and a large-screen TV, while a dine-in kitchenette and separate catering kitchen ensure both pilots and passengers are well provided for. Those conducting business on the go need look no further than US Trinity Aviation’s two executive conference rooms—complete with audio/visual capabilities and seating for up to 12 people—which can be reserved through the business centre’s service manager. And with 65,000 square feet of hangar space that can accommodate aircraft up to a Boeing BBJ, US Trinity Aviation has everything planes, pilots and passengers need for efficient travel.
The FBO’s facility sets the stage for exceptional customer care. While US Trinity Aviation is DTO’s new option, its team comes with more than 50 years of FBO experience, understanding the unique needs and high expectations of discerning customers. With a 100% focus on FBO operations, the US Trinity Aviation team is wholly concerned with the requirements of its guests, taking a proactive approach to service; and with the airfield’s best facilities, amenities and competitive fuel prices, its team is ready to deliver an unparalleled private flying experience for Denton traffic.
As a full-service FBO, US Trinity Aviation provides professional, safe ground handling and fuel services with Avfuel Training System certified staff; concierge services; crew cars; vehicle valet service; on-site car rental; and tenant office space. Furthermore, as an Avfuel-branded location, US Trinity Aviation offers customers lucrative rewards with AVTRIP and competitive prices with Avfuel Contract Fuel. Customers further benefit from transaction ease when using the Avfuel Pro Card at the FBO with the ability to put everything—fuel and non-fuel items with or without a fuel purchase—on one transaction, avoiding processing fees.
In addition to its proximity to downtown Denton, US Trinity Aviation serves the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex well, situated 30 minutes from Fort Worth, and 40 minutes from Dallas and Addison; its location makes the FBO an ideal option for handling metroplex overflow, weather diversions and business on the north side of Dallas/Fort Worth.
“It is an honor to serve Denton’s aviation community and we are thrilled to welcome guests to our new, premier FBO,” said Damon Ward, senior member of the US Trinity Aviation executive leadership team. “Our experienced team is on standby to assist customers with best-in class services and amenities as a new gateway to the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.”