Helicopter operator Bristow has begun offshore flights using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), marking some of the first operations in the UK North Sea powered by the lower-carbon alternative.
Bristow Helicopters has set out plans to make around 100 employees redundant in Nigeria, which has spiralled into a labour dispute.
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has declared a total lockdown on Port Harcourt and the Obio and Akpor local government areas, in a bid to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
Bristow Helicopters has used modified three former search and rescue (SAR) helicopters to bring North Sea workers suspected to have coronavirus to shore.
The north mainland of Shetland has suffered a major blow after around 50 staff at Scatsta Airport were told they are going to lose their jobs by the end of June.
A Bristow offshore helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing at Sumburgh Airport on Shetland today after raising an alarm.
All Norwegian North Sea flights have been grounded due to bad weather, according to reports.
The parent company of a North Sea helicopter firm, which also carries out search and rescue operations in the UK, is considering taking US-style bankruptcy to end its debt woes.
Air accident investigators have launched an inquiry after a helicopter landed on the wrong North Sea platform this week.
The US firm behind a major North Sea helicopter operation has cast doubt on its own future.
A woman helicopter pilot working in Aberdeen said yesterday that greater encouragement was needed from schools and the aviation industry to turn the tide on poor female pilot numbers and the gender pay gap.
Helicopter firm Bristow UK has announced an agreement with TAQA UK to extend the partnership between the two firms for work in the oil rich East Shetland Basin.
A Super Puma EC225 helicopter was spotted carrying out test manoeuvres near Aberdeen this morning.
Bristow Helicopters has unveiled a new passenger terminal for offshore workers flying out to North Sea installations.
North Sea helicopter operator Bristow Helicopters said yesterday it had worked hard to “secure its position” during a difficult year.