A helicopter flight travelling to a North Sea platform turned back after a warning light went on in the cockpit.
The Sikorsky S-92A was travelling from Sumburgh with 16 people on board – two crew members and a 14 passengers – at noon today.
The flight has since landed safely back in Shetland where an investigation will be carried out.
A spokeswoman for Bristow Helicopters said: “A safety caution light came on in the cockpit during the flight.
“It landed safely at 12.40pm. The landing was uneventful but Sumburgh Airport mobilised the emergency services as a matter of routine.
“Safety is Bristow’s number one priority and an investigation on the aircraft will be carried out before it is allowed to fly again.”
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