Dozens of Pilot Jobs Threatened at North Sea Helicopter Firms

Dozens of Pilot Jobs Threatened at North Sea Helicopter Firms

Published in Oil Industry News

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Thirty-seven pilots are at risk of losing their jobs at two leading North Sea helicopter firms.

A total of 22 jobs in danger at CHC and another 15 are threatened at Bristow, all based in Aberdeen.

CHC recently decided to stop flying Super Puma helicopters in the wake of a fatal crash in Norway.

A spokeswoman for the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) said: “This announcement by Bristow to make pilots redundant comes as a further devastating blow to the professional pilot community in Aberdeen

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