Crew change disruption for workers in North Sea oil and gas, and further afield, is being felt as airspace over Ukraine and Russia is closed off.
Roads around Wick Airport will be regularly shut over the next 18 months so nuclear waste can be flown to the United States.
Helicopter operator CHC has temporarily cancelled all flights on the Norwegian Continental Shelf following a crash.
Statoil has set up a telephone number for family members to contact following a helicopter crash off the coast of Norway.
Helicopter flights have been cancelled from Norway’s busiest fly space as storm weather continues.
Helicopter flights have resumed to normal after dozens were cancelled in the last fortnight across the North Sea.
An airline has stopped business class only flights for oil workers from Stavanger to Houston after the decline in oil price. The journeys – which could cost as much as $7340 – were started in August last year by Scandinavian airline SAS. However the decline in demand from customers to fly on the specially upgraded Boeing 737-700 aircraft has seen the company invest in an alternative route from Copenhagen to New York.
Oil giant Shell has stopped flights from Aberdeen to Scatsa as it looks to further streamline the company in a bid to save costs. The company, which recently revealed it would reduce its North Sea headcount by 250 members of staff, will fly workers directly from Aberdeen to a number of platforms. The move form's part of the company's decision to withdraw from the IAC (Integrated Aviation Consortium). It means offshore workers will be flown direct by helicopters operated by CHC.