CHC Helicopter’s UK boss said its £multi-million debt rescue deal will allow it to bring new types of aircraft to the North Sea to fill the gap left by grounded Super Pumas.
The parent company of CHC Helicopter has struck a debt rescue deal with lenders that is the Canadian company’s first step out of bankruptcy.
CHC Helicopter’s aviation apprenticeship programme has produced its first batch of graduates.
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CHC Helicopter has expanded its Sumburgh Airport operation to a seven-day a week service for oil and gas clients using Sikorsky aircraft.
Statoil has said it is ready to begin its own investigation into the North Sea helicopter crash that killed 13 people.
A huge and emotional outpouring of distressed and angry emails have been received by the leading offshore workers’ trade union RMT since a fatal helicopter crash in Norway killed 13 people last month.
Pilots' union BALPA said it was entering "new territory", as it met with representatives of helicopter operator CHC after the group's announcement that it was filling for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Offshore Safety Awards ceremony has been postponed following the North Sea helicopter crash which claimed 13 lives.
CHC Group has field for voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to facilitate restructuring and position company for long-term success.
More than 23,000 people have so far signed a petition calling for the Civil Aviation Authority to permanently remove the Airbus EC225 Super Puma from service.
The oil-rig helicopter that crashed in Norway, killing 13 people, gave no Mayday call or indicated it was in trouble, a Norwegian investigator has confirmed.
The doomed Super Puma EC225 had its gearbox and rotor head replaced within the past four months according to the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority.
Norway's largest trade union has called for the immediate retirement of the Airbus EC225 helicopter following the Bergen helicopter tragedy.
The CHC helicopter returning from Statoil’s platform crashed on Norway’s rugged coastline, just 23km from Bergen’s Flesland airport. The aircraft was carrying 11 passengers and 2 crew. Norwegian emergency services mobilised after the copter came down at 11am UK time.
Oil giant Total has been collaborating to develop a new device developed to deter birds from roosting on oil platforms, reducing build up of guano - or bird poo - on helidecks.