It’s with regret that we announce the passing of one of Save The Trident’s original members, Phil Biles, who died just before Christmas. Phil was formerly a firefighter at Durham Tees Valley Airport and joined our team through his friend and fellow member Peter...Read More
Hatfield Aerodrome, to the north of London, was the home of the Trident (and many other) aircraft. The airfield was constructed on farmland in 1930, and de Havilland aircraft such as the Moth, Dragon and Dragon Rapide were built here in the impressive art deco buildings. A hard...Read More
Save The Trident was formed in 2009 to save the last complete Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 1C aircraft, G-ARPO.
We are volunteers and need donations of money and sponsorships to help us restore G-ARPO. Find out how…