Posts Tagged "peter foster"

Successful trip to Belfast

Posted on May 23, 2010 in Featured articles, Project News | 0 comments

Members of the Save The Trident team visited Belfast International on Thursday 20 May to strip useful parts from Trident 2E G-AVFE, which is owned by the airport fire service there. Tony Jarrett and Neil Lomax took a van, kindly supplied half-price by Intack, across to Belfast on a donated ferry crossing with Stena Line from Stranraer. They stayed the night courtesy of Gil Good Lodge near the airport, who treated them both very well and provided a very pleasant night’s sleep. Peter Foster and Matt Falcus flew across to meet them on Thursday 20th, and the team were met by Wayne Spence...

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Peter Foster On Board

Posted on Jan 25, 2010 in Project News | 0 comments

Peter Foster is a new member of our team. He’s got a wealth of aviation experience, and has even saved a Lightning aircraft, restoring it fully. Peter was formerly a Senior Duty Officer at Durham Tees Valley (then Teesside) airport, and had the honour of being the last person to marshall G-ARPO when she arrived to take up post at the fire training school in 1983. With Peter’s help, we have gained access to a Cherry Picker, and also should be able to remove a lot of the scrap metal inside the airframe that is no longer needed at no cost. We look forward to his help in our bid to...

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