A HELICOPTER has made an emergency landing at Aberdeen International Airport this afternoon.
The S92 Bristow chopper was carrying three people when it landed at the Dyce airbase.A Police Scotland spokeswoman said the helicopter was reported to be in difficulty at 2.20pm.She added: “There was concern for a helicopter coming into Aberdeen airport. The helicopter landed safely around 2.39pm.”A spokeswoman for Bristow said: “One of its Sikorsky S-92 helicopters had cause to return to its operating base at Aberdeen Airport as a precautionary measure during a routine training flight following fluctuating cockpit indications.”The helicopter had three crew on board. It landed safely at the airport at approximately 2.40pm. The landing was uneventful and emergency services at the airport were mobilised as a matter of procedure.”Flight safety is Bristow’s first priority and we will always investigate prior to further flight.”https://twitter.com/dazM33/status/515494789559906304https://twitter.com/airlivenet/status/515486555235155969Police were not required to attend.