Posts Tagged "belfast"

Gil-Good Lodge Provide Belfast Accommodation

Posted on May 1, 2010 in Featured articles, Project News | 0 comments

We’ve been very fortunate to have accommodation for Neil and Tony provided by Gil-Good Lodge in Lisburn, Co. Antrim, when we visit this month. This hotel, with 14 ensuite rooms and all the comforts you could ask for, is located very close to Belfast International Airport, so it’s ideal for our trip. Why not try them out when flying from the airport, or visiting this part of Northern Ireland. They’d love to welcome you and give you some tips on what to see in the area. Gil-Good Lodge’s website is at...

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Belfast Trident as a Parts Source

Posted on Dec 4, 2009 in Project News | 1 comment

We have had some great news today from the Belfast International Fire Service. In a corner of Belfast International Airport is the complete Trident 2E G-AVFE, which has been used by the service for non-destructive training. The fire service has kindly allowed us to use this Trident as a parts source for our restoration of G-ARPO, and have invited us to visit in early 2010 to see what is available and what we’d like. We would then come back at a later date to strip the parts and take them to Sunderland ready to be put into our Trident. G-AVFE is largely complete both internally and...

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