LONDON — A U.K. government committee investigating the operational safety of offshore helicopter operations has called for regulatory change in light of reviews carried out by the Civil Aviation Authority. In its report on offshore helicopter safety, published on July 8, the U.K. Parliament’s transport committee called on the government to conduct a full and independent public inquiry on the commercial pressures placed upon helicopter safety in the North Sea operating ...
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