Curt Epstein / AIN – US Trinity Aviation has become the second FBO at the Dallas-Fort Worth-area Denton Enterprise Airport. The company began operations on September 1 out of a former Greenpoint Technologies facility that was vacant for several years after the aircraft completions specialist consolidated its operations at another location in the area.
The facility, which just underwent a $250,000 renovation, occupies four acres on the field. It includes a 26,300-sq-ft terminal with two passenger lounge areas, two conference rooms, a large dining area, concierge, crew cars, vehicle valet service, on-site car rental, and tenant office space. The Avfuel-branded facility also features 65,000 sq ft of hangar space that can accommodate aircraft up to a Boeing BBJ.
“The existing layout is spacious and well-appointed for an FBO,” general manager Damon Ward told AIN, adding the only thing lacking is better presence on the ramp side, which is currently under construction. “We are adding a new ramp-side lobby and pilot lounge, executive restrooms, and designated computer stations/business center.”
The company had hoped to announce its grand opening and debut next week at NBAA-BACE, but the event was canceled due to Covid concerns. Instead, a local ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place in mid-October, coinciding with the completion of construction.