Oil workers demand continuation of ban on accident-prone helicopter

The flight ban against the Super Puma helicopter should be maintained even though European authorities have lifted their ban, according to unions for Norwegian oil workers, which are now demanding the ban be maintained in a letter to the country's minister of transport.

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Norwegian oil workers are demanding that the flight ban against the accident-prone helicopter Super Puma be maintained.

This helicopter model was involved in a tragic accident in April with 13 fatalities when a helicopter crashed in Turøy, Norway on its way to an oil platform.

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