All three North Sea oil and gas helicopter operators have halted operations of the AS332L2 Super Puma helicopter as investigators begin their probe into why a CHC-operated Super Puma ditched into the sea just minutes before its planned landing in the Shetland Islands, resulting in the deaths of four passengers. The accident has come at a difficult time for the North Sea helicopter industry, still recovering from the aftereffects of the nine-month grounding of the EC225. Eurocopter has ...
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