OIL and gas workers face "unprecedented" disruption from a flights ban implemented after a Super Puma helicopter ditched in the North Sea last week, a union leader has claimed.
OIL and gas workers face \"unprecedented\" disruption from a flights ban implemented after a Super Puma helicopter ditched in the North Sea last week, a union leader has claimed.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON Transport Correspondent
Jake Molloy, head of the offshore section of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, said it could take weeks to resolve safety concerns amid a split between UK and European aviation regulatory bodies.
He was speaking as 87 staff were transported by boat from a rig operated by Talisman Energy due to the shortage of helicopter flights to Aberdeen.
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