Copter firm safety boss confident in Super Puma
The boss responsible for safety at CHC – the firm at the centre of the latest North Sea helicopter crash – says its Super Pumas will go back to work.
Duncan Trapp, vice-president for safety and quality at Canada-based CHC, told the Press and Journal there was no reason to permanently ground the aircraft.
He said they would go back on oil and gas duty as soon as they were officially ruled safe.
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