The storm that has prompted a red weather warning in the north-east of Scotland has caused flights from Aberdeen heliport to offshore installations to be cancelled.
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Offshore Helicopter Services UK (OHSUK) has secured a five-year contract extension with Serica Energy, following news of “lower than normal client activity” from the firm.
After acquiring Offshore Helicopter Services UK, the South African Ultimate Aviation is pumping cash into the firm with two new choppers set to touch down in Dyce this year.
Onlookers in Aberdeen were treated to an unusual sight this week as a helicopter, whose blades were snapped during Storm Otto, was towed through the city.
Update: New images show damage to stranded heli on Elgin platform after blades snap during Storm Otto
A helicopter has been left stranded onboard TotalEnergies’ Elgin platform after storm winds ripped off several of its rotor blades.
As 20,000 homes have been left without power in the wake of Storm Otto, North Sea flights from Aberdeen and Shetland are being cancelled and delayed.
CHC will 'move with the industry' says UK operations director Harry Bos.
Across Aberdeen and Sumburgh, 30 helicopter flights have been either cancelled or delayed this morning due to heavy snow.
The veil of snow cloaking the north-east of Scotland has brought many services to a halt in Aberdeen and offshore bound helicopters are no exception.
Helicopter operator CHC has been ordered by the UK's competition watchdog to sell off its newly-acquired Babcock North Sea business.