Offshore Super Puma helicopter ban to be lifted, Airbus plans return to North Sea

After 14 months on the ground, the latest Super Puma helicopters are to fly again in Norway.

July 14 abolishes the CAA flight ban that has rested on H225 and AS332L2 since Turøy accident on April 29 last year.

It happens after the audit and their British counterparts have pushed through a number of new security measures against European aviation authorities (EASA).

Aviation Director Lars Kobberstad is still prepared responses when they reach certain conditions fresh sign the controversial helicopter that has largely lost confidence among offshore workers:

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