Structural Survey Complete

On Friday 23 October, members of the Save The Trident team met up at Durham Tees Valley to inspect the aircraft inside and out. The purpose of this is to ensure the aircraft is suitable to be moved to its new home, and that no part of it will prove unsafe, or beyond hope of restoration. Bruce Partington, a qualified aircraft engineer, joined Tony Jarrett, Neil Lomax and Matt...
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Thanks to GeminiJets

We just want to say a quick "thank you" to GeminiJets for supporting our cause and linking to this website. It's really appreciated. As you may know, GeminiJets produce a huge range of quality aircraft models and replicas, including a huge range of Trident models of all variants in the liveries of many airlines who flew the aircraft. You can have a look at their site here...
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Trident Feature in Aeroplane Magazine

The current issue of Aeroplane Magazine has a 22-page feature on the HS Trident, covering development, design, certification, operational life, accidents, exported examples and airline customers, and the demise of this fantastic British airliner. The feature is full of colour and b&w photographs and illustrations. Makes a great collectible piece on the Trident. As a side ...
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All About G-ARPO

Trident 1C G-ARPO was the 13th Trident built. Here are some facts about it: Built at: Hatfield, UK First Flight: 13 January 1965 Delivery: 31 January 1965 Operators: BEA British European Airways, British Airways The aircraft served on the routes of BEA and British Airways for 18 years before it was retired at London Heathrow airport. Following a short period of storage...
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