An investigation is underway after a Bristow helicopter’s main rotor blades hit a parked truck as it was being taxied after landing at Stavanger Airport.
The incident happened earlier this month involving a Sikorsky S-92.
The Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN) said in a short statement that after landing, during taxing from one of the taxiway’s to a helicopter stand at Apron 7, the main rotor blades hit a parked truck.
All four main rotor blades were damaged during the incident.
A spokeswoman for Bristow Norway said: “Bristow Norway can confirm that a Sikorsky S-92 helicopter came into contact with a parked truck while the aircraft was being taxied into the stand after landing.
“No-one was injured in the incident. Bristow is working with the Airport and the AIBN with regard to the investigation.”
The AIBN said no persons were injured during the incident.