LONDON — The U.K. Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is revising plans for two new rules governing offshore helicopter safety. In February, the regulator announced the findings of a report into U.K. offshore helicopter safety – following the fifth helicopter accident in four years in the North Sea in August 2013 – and revealed plans to strengthen regulation. The CAP 1145 documents published cover some 34 new measures, including a seating restriction, only allowing passengers ...
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