Bosses at helicopter operator CHC are confident its North Sea business is headed in the right direction despite losses more than doubling in its last financial year.
The new Airbus H175 super-medium aircraft made the successful trip from its Aberdeen base to the the Ocean Patriot rig.
A helicopter “spun on the deck” of a North Sea platform as it made an emergency landing after getting into technical difficulties mid-air.
The number of hours flown by Sikorsky S-92 helicopters in the North Sea has gone up 50% since Super Pumas were grounded following a fatal crash in Norway.
This week union bosses said North Sea workers were “disenfranchised and getting angrier by the day”. At pay cuts and redundancies continue to dominate headlines, Energy Voice looks back at how the dialogue between employers and the unions has played out in the past year.
Aviation students can now apply for an opportunity to attend the 12th-annual CHC Safety & Quality Summit in Vancouver, through grants which honour Dr. Peter Gardiner, a long-time advocate of excellence in aviation safety training.