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PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF THE AVINCIS GROUP

27-Mar-2014
Babcock International Group PLC (“Babcock”), a UK leading engineering support services company, announced today it has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire the entire share capital of Avincis Mission Critical Services Topco Limited (“Avincis”) for GBP equivalent £920 million (€1,100 million) from parent holding company, World Helicopters S.à r.l.
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LAST CHANCE TO APPLY FOR HELICOPTER APPRENTICE SCHEME

26-Mar-2014
Bond Offshore Helicopters and Bond Air Services, in partnership with Resource Group’s Aviation Technical Training Division, are looking for the next generation of helicopter engineers to join a two-year apprenticeship scheme.
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Bond Offshore Helicopter’s Response to Determination by Sheriff Principal Pyle

13-Mar-2014
Bond Offshore hopes that Sheriff Principal Derek Pyle’s determination today (March 13th) brings a degree of closure to the families, friends and dependents of those who died in the tragedy of 2009. We at Bond also lost friends and colleagues that day.
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Statement in response to AAIB Special Bulletin 14 Feb 2014

14-Feb-2014
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has issued its latest Special Bulletin detailing information as part of its ongoing investigation into the accident at the Clutha Vaults, Glasgow on 29 November 2013.
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Statement in response to Eurocopter Safety Information Notice No. 2673-S-28

17-Dec-2013
Eurocopter has issued a Safety Information Notice (SIN) to operators of the EC135 across the world regarding the issue involving the fuel indication and alert system discovered by Bond during normal service operations on Wednesday 11th, which we immediately reported to Eurocopter and the appropriate authorities.
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Update on EC135 fleet

15-Dec-2013
Following our discovery during routine operations of an issue with an indicator system on one of our aircraft on the 11 December, Bond Air Services temporarily suspended service operations to allow precautionary testing. This involved detailed examinations and tests to evaluate the function and accuracy of the fuel indicator and alert system on our fleet of EC135s. Following these tests, we were able to release a number of aircraft back to full operational service immediately. Over the last few days, we have worked with the manufacturer Eurocopter to fix those aircraft which were discovered to have a fuel indication anomaly. Our EC135 aircraft are now fully operational and are available for missions with our air ambulance and police customers.
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Statement from Bond Air Services on EC135

13-Dec-2013
Following our discovery during routine operations of an issue with an indicator system on one of our aircraft on the 11 December, Bond Air Services temporarily suspended service operations to allow precautionary testing.
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Helpline - Glasgow incident

10-Dec-2013
Our thoughts are with the families, colleagues and friends of those who have lost their lives or been touched by this tragedy.
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AAIB Special Bulletin

09-Dec-2013
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has published a Special Bulletin detailing initial information as part of its investigation into the accident in Glasgow on 29th November 2013.
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Extract of Eulogy - David Traill

08-Dec-2013
Funeral Service for Captain David Traill. Extracts from the eulogy by Reverend Stuart MacQuarrie, Chaplain to Glasgow University
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