LONDON — An offshore safety committee that called for the grounding of all variants of the Super Puma helicopter following the loss of a CHC-operated aircraft in the Shetland Islands has lifted the suspension. The Helicopter Safety Steering Group (HSSG) came to the decision following a two-day meeting of helicopter operators, trade unions and regulators in Aberdeen, Scotland, on Aug. 29. The HSSG had suspended all four Super Puma aircraft from flying, including the AS332L/L1 and ...
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