This is the moment ground staff at Aberdeen Airport had to assist an offshore helicopter with an emergency landing.
The photograph, posted on a social networking site, shows ground staff attempting to fix the landing gear while the helicopter hovers above them.
Users of the social networking site were quick to praise the workers.
One commented: “Fair play to the lads that got under and sorted the landing gear! Good effort boys.”
The CHC Scotia Sikorsky S92 aircraft with 18 people on board landed safely at around 10.30am on Tuesday.
It was the first of two incidents that day when offshore helicopters had to make an emergency landing.
Ground staff came to the aircraft’s assistance following a report of suspected mechanical problems from the pilot.
A spokeswoman for CHC said there was nothing further to comment on the incident.
On Tuesday they issued the following statement: “An aircraft landed safely after an undercarriage indicator came on during the approach to Aberdeen Airport.
“Our engineering team is now inspecting the aircraft and it will be subject to rigorous engineering checks before returning to service.”
A Bond Super Puma helicopter crew also reported difficulties at noon on Tuesday, but managed to land safely.
The response to both incidents involved police and fire crews.