The family of a north-east woman who died in the Sumburgh helicopter tragedy say they have received “no closure” from the results of the fatal accident inquiry.
Pilot error led to a fatal helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland, the north’s most senior sheriff has ruled.
The pilots of a helicopter that crashed into the sea off Shetland would have failed training tests had they replicated their actions on the day of the tragedy, an inquiry has heard.
A Super Puma helicopter which crashed into the North Sea would have sunk – ultimately killing more people – had it not been for the “brave” actions of the co-pilot to deploy floats, a fatal accident inquiry heard.
Investigators ruled out gearbox failure in helicopter crash which killed four passengers, including north-east oil worker
A senior air accident investigator ruled out any suggestion of gearbox failure in a horror helicopter crash off Shetland.
North-east oil firm worker tells inquiry ‘rigorous’ survival training in Norway could have saved his life in helicopter tragedy
A survivor of the horror Shetland helicopter crash – in which four people died - claimed submersive training he undertook in Norway was “much more rigorous” than the UK equivalent.
Survivor of horror Shetland helicopter crash tells inquiry how offshore safety training saved his life
A survivor of a horror helicopter crash at sea has told how “training kicked in” to enable him to escape from the submerged aircraft and then attempt to save another passenger.
Survivors of a helicopter crash that killed four people are expected to give evidence at a fatal accident inquiry (FAI), a court has heard.
The Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) into a North Sea helicopter crash in 2013 has been delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A preliminary hearing for a fatal accident inquiry into a helicopter crash off Shetland in 2013 is due to begin in January, the Crown Office has confirmed.
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.
The mum of a man who died in a North Sea helicopter disaster has spoken of her emotions as a new lifeboat was named after her son.
A new Aberdeen lifeboat is set to be named for a man who died in a tragic helicopter crash.
Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse tells the Evening Express some of the steps taken to improve helicopter safety since the 2009 Super Puma tragedy off the coast of Peterhead that left 16 men dead
The 2009 Super Puma tragedy that left 16 men dead has led to a “renewed vigour” in aviation safety, a health and safety boss claimed today.
A helicopter safety body has said there is always more work to be done to ensure there isn’t a repeat of the Super Puma disaster.
The daughter of a man who died in a helicopter crash 10 years ago has today said the family is still devastated.
North-east lifeboat coxswain tells of heartbreaking moment he found belongings of Super Puma crash victims
A man who helped lead the search after the North Sea helicopter crash that killed 16 men has spoken of the heartbreaking moment he found belongings of the dead.
Tributes have been paid to the men killed in the Super Puma disaster in a special service marking 10 years.
The families of those killed in the Super Puma disaster today gathered for a memorial service in Aberdeen.
“Their lives and those of their friends, families and colleagues were forever changed by the awful events which unfolded that day".
Offshore union RMT today repeated its call for a full public inquiry into the tragedy.
The father of the young pilot who died with 15 other men when their helicopter crashed into the sea says he fears another tragedy in the North Sea.
Representatives of the oil industry have paid tribute to the 16 people who died in the Super Puma helicopter disaster 10 years ago.
There should be no criminal proceedings relating to the 2009 Super Puma helicopter crash, the Crown Office has said.
The brother of a man who died in a helicopter crash 10 years ago today has spoken of the shocking moment he was told of the tragedy.
Calls have been made to hold a public inquiry into helicopter safety in the North Sea, on the approach to the tenth anniversary of the Super Puma crash off the north-east coast.
The Scottish Government has rejected calls for a public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.
The Scottish Government is being pushed for answers on whether it will back a public inquiry into helicopter safety offshore.
Offshore unions have praised the down-valuing of Super Puma helicopters as a success for common sense.