... Norway crashes on the island Turoey. To remind, after the crash, the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority grounded all EC255 type helicopters, but the order did not apply to any search and rescue flights. The Super Puma has come under intense media and regulatory scrutiny in the UK after a series of incidents linked to gearbox problems including a 2009 crash …

On Wednesday 1 April 2009, a Super Puma helicopter, owned by Bond Offshore Helicopters Limited, was flying over the North Sea, en route from the Miller Oil Platform to Aberdeen, when it plunged into the sea killing all 16 people on board. On 19 January 1995 the AS 332L Super Puma helicopter operating the route, registered G-TIGK and named Cullen, was struck by lightning.The flight was carrying 16 oil workers from Aberdeen to an oil platform at the Brae oilfield. On 23 August 2013, a Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma helicopter belonging to CHC Helicopters crashed into the sea 2 nautical miles (3.7 km; 2.3 mi) from Sumburgh in the Shetland Islands, Scotland, while en route from the Borgsten Dolphin oil platform.

Formal Report AAR 2/2011. A fatal accident inquiry into a helicopter crash that killed four people off Shetland is to start remotely at the end of August. Super Puma helicopter crash: survivors on Britain's toughest commute In August 2013, a helicopter crashed in the North Sea killing four oil rig workers. A fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into a North Sea helicopter crash that killed four people is to be held remotely so no more time is lost. Catastrophic: The helicopter crash was caused by a failure in part of the arircraft's main gearbox (Bond Super Puma AS332L Mark II helicopter of the same type pictured) The accident killed four passengers; twelve other passengers and two crew were rescued with injuries. Report on the accident to Aerospatiale (Eurocopter) AS332 L2 Super Puma, registration G-REDL, 11 nm NE of Peterhead, Scotland on 1 April 2009. Super Puma helicopter that crashed, killing all 16 on board, 'fell like a torpedo', inquiry hears North Sea helicopter separated from its rotor blades before fatal accident off Peterhead Later in May, the aviation authority in Norway extended the no flight ban to include the AS332L2 Super Puma helicopter. Family of Moray woman who died in North Sea helicopter crash ‘dismayed’ that court inquiry will be held virtually by David Mackay June 5, 2020, 2:13 pm Updated: June 5, 2020, 6:07 pm A fatal accident inquiry into a helicopter crash that killed four people off Shetland is to start remotely at the end of August.

Norway confirms cause of fatal Airbus helicopter crash in 2016. Fatal Accident Inquiry - Super Puma Helicopter Crash Summary of FAI Determination into the deaths of 16 people following the helicopter crash on 1 April 2009.

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