An offshore helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing after the pilot became concerned over cockpit readings.
Bristow Helicopters confirmed that a Sikorsky S-92 returned to its operating base at Aberdeen Airport as a precautionary measure.
Three crew had been on board for a routine training exercise.
No oil rig workers or commercial passengers were involved, a spokeswoman confirmed.
The helicopter safely landed at Aberdeen Airport at 2.40pm.
Emergency services were in place as it descended to Dyce.
A spokeswoman for Bristow Helicopters said: “Bristow Helicopters Ltd can confirm that one of its Sikorsky S-92 helicopters had cause to return to its operating base at Aberdeen Airport as a precautionary measure during a routine training flight following fluctuating cockpit indications
“The helicopter had three crew on board.
“It landed safely at the airport at approximately 14:40 hrs. The landing was uneventful and emergency services at the airport were mobilised as a matter of procedure.
“Flight safety is Bristow’s first priority and we will always investigate prior to further flight.”