A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) has been announced for a helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland in 2013 that caused the deaths of four people.
Faulty wiring has been blamed after a plane was forced to carry out an emergency landing at Aberdeen International Airport.
A flight bound for Glasgow was diverted to Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) after crew detected a minor issue with the aircraft's windscreen.
A plane was forced shut down one of its engines and return to Aberdeen today following a bird strike.
Eighteen passengers had to leave a plane through over-wing exits after it was forced to return to Aberdeen.
Low-cost carrier Flybe has said that it will pull the plug on its flights to and from Sumburgh in Shetland from next month.
The wife of an offshore worker has spoken of the moment she had a “gut feeling” her husband had been involved in a North Sea helicopter crash.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch today said pilot error was responsible for a fatal offshore helicopter crash, which left four people dead.