A helicopter operator has announced plans to cut 12 jobs across the North-east.
A rescue team arrived by helicopter to help a man who broke a leg while visiting a North-east beauty spot.
Offshore helicopter operator CHC is investing around £5million in the future of North Sea operations.
North Sea helicopter flights are being delayed due to the bad weather in the north-east.
The crew of a police helicopter used the aircraft to film people sunbathing naked, naturists on a campsite and even a couple having sex in their garden as they "brazenly put on a show.", a jury has been told.
An aviation watchdog has ordered modifications to be made to North Sea helicopters amid fears they could explode.
Two helicopters carrying offshore workers had to take action to avoid a collision off the coast of Aberdeen, an official probe has heard.
Airbus has told helicopter operators to carry out rigorous checks on aircraft gearboxes following last year’s fatal crash in Norway.
A 60-year-old man has died after a crash on the A90 this afternoon.
CHC is in talks with UK pilots union Balpa over proposed changes to pay and terms and conditions.
Investigators today confirmed that last year’s fatal North Sea helicopter crash off Norway was caused by a “fatigue fracture” in one of the Super Puma 225s gears.
Divers have found a “vital” missing part from a Super Puma helicopter that crashed in Norway last year, killing 13 people.
This bizarre video shows a helicopter seemingly floating away. But despite how odd it may look this phenomenon has a fairly simple explanation. The camera’s framerate (often 24/25fps) has matched exactly with speed of rotation of the helicopter’s blades.
Europe’s aviation safety body has ordered another round of inspections on the gearboxes of Airbus 225 helicopters.
US safety chiefs have slashed the time that Sikorsky S-92 aircraft are allowed to stay in the air before undergoing mandatory checks.
A North Sea flight tilted 45 degrees unexpectedly as it made a journey between two platforms, investigators have found.
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.
A phased return of helicopters in use in the North Sea was expected today following the recall of Sikorsky helicopters.
All North Sea helicopter flights have been grounded today over safety fears.
Five people are dead after their helicopter crashed into the sea during an offshore rescue operation.
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.
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.
Investigators for a North Sea helicopter crash, which killed 13 people last month, are set to resume their search for missing parts next month.
North Sea helicopter crash: Investigators identify three possible causes, Airbus plays down speculation
Norwegian investigators have said they are examining three potential causes for a North Sea helicopter crash which killed 13 people last month.
A helicopter crash survivor said he relived how it felt to “fall from the sky” when he heard 13 people had been killed in an accident offshore Norway.
Statoil has said it is ready to begin its own investigation into the North Sea helicopter crash that killed 13 people.
Workers on board a North Sea platform have been told they will have their pay docked after downing tools in response to the fatal helicopter crash off Norway.
Restrictions on air travel in the area over the site of a North Sea helicopter crash have been put in place once again as investigators continue looking for wreckage.
The Air Investigation Branch in Norway (AIBN) has said it believes a North Sea helicopter crash which killed 13 people was down to a “technical error” and not “humanitarian failure”.
A helicopter pilot diagnosed with a life-changing condition has adopted a new approach to life, after he was forced to retire from his dream job.