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Human error partly to blame for North Sea helicopter crash landing, report says


Human error was a contributing factor in a North Sea helicopter crash-landing in 2016, a new report said. Investigators also said flight operator CHC did not report important evidence in the correct manner. CHC said it welcomed the report and insisted that safety is its “top priority”. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.co.uk

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Watch: New passenger terminal for North Sea workers opens in Aberdeen


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

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Aberdeen man found after helicopter search


A missing pensioner from Aberdeen has been found safe and well. Robin Green, 70, was last seen at around 1pm yesterday near Craigton Road. A helicopter had been called in to help search for him. Officers confirmed he has been traced in the Glen Dye area near Banchory.  

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Five people injured after helicopter crash


Five people have been injured after a helicopter crashed near an aerodrome in East Yorkshire. The crash happened at Breighton Aerdrome according to Humberside Fire and Rescue, who confirmed at least five people had been injured. More to follow.