G-ARPO First Flight 45 Years Ago Today

45 years ago today, on 13 January 1965, our Trident G-ARPO made her first flight from Hatfield. As the 15th Trident built, she shortly began a life flying with British European Airways, and later British Airways, out of London Heathrow to destinations throug hout Europe and the UK. Today she is in remarkably good condition considering her age and is ready to be res...
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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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Save The Trident – G-ARPO

Welcome to the website for Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 1C, G-ARPO, and our bid to save and preserve this historic aircraft. Currently based at Durham Tees Valley Airport as part of Serco's International Fire Training Centre, we plan to move this aircraft to a museum site in September/October 2010 and restore her as a Trident exhibit indoors from the elements and with many...
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