Offshore OEMs vow they will not fly Super Pumas again: survey

BBC News
September 11, 2017 | Shetland, Scotland
By BBC News
A survey of oil workers by the manufacturer of Super Puma helicopters found 62% of passengers were unlikely to fly in the aircraft again.


The 225 aircraft were recently cleared to fly by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) after a crash last year, but only if certain extra safeguards are put in place by operators.

They were grounded following the fatal crash which was off Norway. | READ MORE

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