Trego Dugan Aviation of Grand Island, Inc. (TDA-GI) started its airline ground handling division in 2008 when the Grand Island Airport Authority requested that it bid a handling contract for Allegiant Air flights from Grand Island, Nebraska to Las Vegas. TDA-GI was new to this area of aviation but was the successful bidder. TDA-GI truly enjoyed this new venture and advised Allegiant Air that it was interested in performing such service at other airports.
And then the ride began…
Since 2008, the Airline Ground Handling Division has been the fastest growing part of the Trego Dugan family of companies. Allegiant Air, Frontier, and American are the primary airlines handled by TDA-GI in addition to ad-hoc charters for Jet Blue, Republic, Southwest and Sun Country Airlines. Trego Dugan currently does services “above and below the wing” on the MD-80, Airbus 318, 319, 320, Boeing 737, 757 and Embraer 140, 145.
When it came time for Trego-Dugan to redevelop their online brand they sought the best and we delivered. Trego Dugan was so happy with the work we did for their brand when it came to development an centralized online portal for them to conduct business across their national offices they knew right where to come. After gathering requirements for several weeks OMG set out on the task to build Trego Dugan's intranet systems. Because of the complexity of the business operations and team footprints throughout the Nation we had to pay special attention to creating a portal that was robust, easy to navigate and update for all of the portals users but most importantly secure.
The new Trego-Dugan portal is build on Omaha Media Group's own proprietary intranet system named Monstranet. Montranet is build on a PCI Compliant standard and houses custom build reporting engines, an external/internal communication system, a content management system, and dynamic department housing system, among many many other features.
We had a blast working with Trego-Dugan Jet Management on the creation of their new intranet portal and look forward to upcoming future phased projects to build out more of their flight operational systems.