Helicopter operator Babcock has said “continued commercial pressures” saw its UK offshore oil and gas business swing to a loss last year.
An umbrella group for unions in Norway has said it is “delighted” after testing a new helicopter seeking to enter the North Sea.
Babcock Offshore said today that it had won two new contracts for helicopter crew change operations out of its Aberdeen base.
Pilots nearly landed a helicopter on the wrong North Sea platform because they look similar, according to air accident investigators.
Helicopter operator CHC has announced a new contract win with Capricorn Norge, a subsidiary of Scottish oil exploration firm Cairn Energy.
A new challenger has emerged for the dominant S-92 helicopter in the North Sea’s oil and gas sector.
Aberdeen is the busiest heliport in the world for Sikorsky S-92 operations, according to a new report.
Helicopter manufacturer Sikorsky has claimed its S-92 will remain the leading helicopter in the North Sea “for decades to come”.
The “risky situation” of Sikorsky S-92 helicopters dominating oil and gas travel in Norway is not sustainable, according to an industry expert.
Bristow Helicopters has confirmed that a "technical issue" forced an Sikorsky S-92 to return to base yesterday.
Search teams looking for three crewmen from a Coast Guard helicopter that crashed into the Atlantic have successfully mapped out a section of water where they believe the aircraft’s black box recorder lies.
Weather conditions have hampered an operation to find the remaining three crew of a missing Irish Coast Guard helicopter off the west of Ireland.
Safety checks were carried out on the disappeared Sikorsky S92 helicopter and four others in January after its maker issued an alert.
Hopes are fading for the survival of four crew members of an Irish Coast Guard helicopter missing off the west of Ireland, the head of the rescue service said.
A number of S-92 helicopters used in the North Sea have been returned to their manufacturer for further checks.
A number of helicopters remain out of service as S-92 safety check deadline passes for North Sea flights
Checks on S-92 have still to be completed after a deadline of midday passed following a global recall of the Sikorsky helicopters.
More than a hundred offshore workers were delayed from returning home after North Sea helicopter flights were cancelled amid safety fears.
A helicopter operator said last night safety checks had been carried out on helicopters including the one involved in an incident last month.
Super Pumas have been grounded since April 2016 after a fatal helicopter crash killed 13 people.
Industry body Oil & Gas UK said it supported "any steps" taken to ensure the safe travel of North Sea workers after S-92 helicopters were recalled by Sikorsky.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) said yesterday that it would look into a helicopter’s emergency landing on a North Sea platform.
Fresh pictures have emerged showing the damage done to a North Sea platform's helideck by an aircraft.
An investigation is underway after a Bristow helicopter’s main rotor blades hit a parked truck as it was being taxied after landing at Stavanger Airport.
Sikorsky and Babcock Mission Critical Services have signed a 10-year agreement providing the company’s S-92 helicopter fleet with extended support for its aftermarket material needs.
This footage shows a Bristow Sikorsky S-92 being flown over the North Sea. The fleet currently features more than 160 aircrafts of various types, which includes 75 Sikorsky S-92 aircraft in its consolidate fleet. These helicopters are operated in Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas. Watch the stunning footage below.