This quaint and quirky Aberdeen city centre flat is a contradiction in terms.
A north-east helicopter operator has secured a three-year contract extension transporting offshore workers to the Southern North Sea.
A new passenger terminal for North Sea workers has been opened by Bristow Helicopters in Aberdeen. The facility will be used by those flying to Scatsta and Sumburgh with Eastern Airways. Meanwhile, helicopter operator Bristow has brought in two new Leonardo AW189 aircraft. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.co.uk
A helicopter operator has announced plans to cut 12 jobs across the North-east.
Bristow today confirmed it had landed a deal with Apache for its operations in the North Sea.
Bristow today confirmed the launch of its latest service, Bristow Logistics Services Shetland (BLSS), to transport oil and gas workers offshore.
Bristow has made its final flight to the Murchison platform as it prepares for decommissioning in the North Sea.
Emergency services were called to Aberdeen International Airport this morning after a full emergency was declared.
A North Sea helicopter has made a safe return to Aberdeen after an emergency was declared. The Bristow helicopter had been making its way offshore when it is understood an alarm was raised. The flight made a safe return to Aberdeen Airport at around 9.28am. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
A “FULL emergency” was declared at Aberdeen International Airport this afternoon after a caution light came on in the cockpit of a helicopter with eight people on board.