Posts made in January, 2013

British Chemical Products sponsorship

Posted on Jan 19, 2013 in Featured articles, Project News | 0 comments

We’ve just had another sponsorship for our Save The Trident project. British Chemical Products have kindly provided a 25 litre drum of traffic film remover, which we use for cleaning the years of grime from many parts of the aircraft and its interior. British Chemical Products, or BCP, specialise in the development of chemical blends for use in specific applications – cleaning, restoration, preservation, and protection, for the motor industry – cars, vans, trucks and buses, trains and bikes. They make and stock a wide variety of products, so please give them a call or have a look...

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100th Trident pilot added to the logbook!

Posted on Jan 14, 2013 in Featured articles, Other News | 0 comments

A big milestone reached today, as we’ve received logbook details of our 100th Trident pilot! Capt Nick Collyer sent his details, which we’re really grateful for. Nick and the others in our logbook are not just any old Trident pilots. They are all pilots who have flown G-ARPO, and have sent in details of the flights they flew on her. We are using these to collate a log book of as many flights that our aircraft flew, to give an overview of the life it led with BEA and British Airways. We can see the destinations it flew to, and the names of the crews who all have a part in her...

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2013 Fundraising Totaliser

Posted on Jan 5, 2013 in Featured articles, Project News | 0 comments

Happy New Year to you all! We arrive at 2013 in a great position with the Save The Trident project, to restore and preserve the world’s last complete Trident 1C aircraft, G-ARPO. However, in order to advance this project, we have a number of significant tasks to complete, and for that we need to raise funds. You may have noticed the new totaliser bar at the top of the page on this site. This is our way of showing you what we need to raise in 2013, and how close we are to reaching our target. This target is not to complete the project, but to do a number of significant tasks. We thank...

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