THE head of the aviation firm whose helicopter ditched in the North Sea earlier this month has been replaced as a review of its operations is launched.
Bill Munro decided to step aside as managing director of Bond Offshore Helicopters and will be replaced with immediate effect by the operations director, Malcolm Paine, the company said in a statement.
Richard Mintern, who was announced yesterday as the new chief executive of parent company Bond Aviation Group, said: "My first priority will be to work with Malcolm and our existing customers to conduct an extensive review of Bond Offshore Helicopters' operations and customer service, in order to ensure that we provide the highest levels of service. I look forward to starting this process straight away."
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