Oil pressure problem forces CHC Helicopters Canada pilot to abort flight
An offshore helicopter had to return to St. John's International Airport Tuesday because of an oil pressure problem.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board said the CHC Helicopters Canada flight was on its way to the West Hercules rig, which is drilling for Statoil.
It was about 20 kilometres out when the crew had an indication of low oil pressure in one of the two engines. | READ MORE
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