Offshore union officials last night described an emergency meeting held to discuss issues raised by last week's North Sea ditching as "frustrating".
Yesterday's AAIB report gave details of the moments leading up to the incident.
The owner of a helicopter which ditched in the North Sea last week has grounded its entire Aberdeen fleet after an early investigation revealed a crack in the gearbox.
An offshore worker last night relived the moment a hero helicopter crew saved his life.
A helicopter safety group set up after the Super Puma disaster in 2009 will hold an emergency meeting on Monday.
The diving support vessel Seven Pelican arrived at Peterhead harbour with her unusual cargo yesterday afternoon.
Fears that a faulty gearbox was to blame for a helicopter malfunctioning over the North Sea this week were inadvertently sparked yesterday following claims in a leaked memo by a rival company.
The investigation into the ditching of a Bond helicopter in the North Sea will start in earnest today.
Oil and gas drilling firms have enjoyed one of the safest years on record, representatives of the sector heard last night.
Offshore helicopter operator Bond grounded all flights last night after one of its aircraft ditched in the North Sea.
A textbook ditching was followed by a textbook rescue as emergency helicopters and an RNLI lifeboat plucked the Bond pilots and their passengers to safety.
One man remained in hospital last night after the helicopter - with 12 passengers and two pilots on board - ditched into the North Sea.
A Bond director last night moved to reassure offshore workers and North Sea oil and gas firms that safety was the operator's "primary and first priority".
Bond Offshore Helicopters is already facing a police investigation following a fatal accident three years ago.
Offshore union officials expressed "grave concern" yesterday over the safety of workers being transported to oil and gas platforms by Bond helicopters.
Offshore workers hope they will never have to use their survival training for real - but know it will save their lives if the moment they dread arrives.
Aberdeen's oil and gas recruitment sector is still as strong as ever, as today's Your Job proves.
A north-east graduate has paid tribute to an Aberdeen recruitment expert for helping her find her dream job.
The EU was warned last night not to try to use the helicopter crash in the North Sea to justify its controversial bid to seize control of the offshore safety regime.
A helicopter understood to be carrying 14 people has ditched in the North Sea about 25 miles off Aberdeen.
Norwegian oil field engineering group Aker Solutions has had an "inspiring" start to its second quarter, one of its bosses in the north-east said yesterday.
The trial over who was to blame for the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been delayed until next year.
More than 2,500 people have applied for a place at a Highland training centre just over a month after it was launched.
A north-east school is leading the way on re-thinking our future energy needs - and is hoping to spread the word to schools in Germany, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands in the process.
Wood Group PSN has taken in more than 100 graduates, trainees and apprentices into its UK business over the last 12 months - the most in a single year by any of the Wood Group companies.