Firefighters have used a height vehicle to rescue an injured worker from the roof of an Aberdeen helicopter base.
Three crews and a height vehicle were at the incident at Bristow Helicopter, Dyce at around 3.50pm.
They used the height vehicle to reach the injured man, a contractor rather than a Bristow employee, before he was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by ambulance.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “We can confirm we were called to an incident in Dyce.
“Crews from Dyce, central station, North Anderson Drive were sent to the scene.
“We used a height vehicle to rescue the man and got the stop message back at 16.38.”
Police Scotland confirmed they had been made aware of the incident by the ambulance service.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We have taken one person to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.”
An Aberdeen airport spokesman said: “We were made aware of the situation after a courtesy call from Bristow but it didn’t affect any of the airport’s operations.
“No flights were affected.”