The Scottish Parliament is to hear about issues over confidence in controversial Super Puma helicopters – branded by one union chief as a “flying coffin”.
North-east MSP Lewis Macdonald has tabled the members business motion.
It comes after the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) lifted a flight ban on the Superpuma H225 and AS332L2 helicopters in the UK back in July.
The aircraft had been grounded following a fatal crash involving a 225 in Norway in April last year, that killed 13 people.
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