January Update

The team have spent a number of hours working on G-ARPO during January - particularly our guys based at the museum, including Dave Matthews. Over the past weekend we tried filling a few of the tires (including those on the donated Trident 1E leg) to check their condition ahead of the planned moving of the aircraft in the near future. This was fairly promising, but the condit...
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Trident at 50

It was 9th January 1962 that John Cunningham captained the first ever Trident flight in G-ARPA at Hatfield. That momentous day saw the start of a special aircraft that went on to revolutionise autoland technology, the three rear mounted engine design, and became one of the fastest subsonic airliners ever produced. With only a handful of aircraft preserved, and our own G-ARPO...
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