Texas-based helicopter operator Bristow Group has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company, which provides helicopters for oil-and-gas support operations and search-and-rescue services, has emerged with $535 million of new capital and a substantially reduced debt load by implementing a reorganization plan approved by a bankruptcy court in Texas in early October. “We are beginning this new chapter of Bristow’s proud history, having achieved our key ...

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