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Weston Aviation Welcomes NHV Helicopters to Cork Airport

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LIBREVILLE,  Gabon, April 6 (Infosplusgabon) - According  to an official statement, Weston Aviation is delighted to welcome offshore helicopter specialist NHV Group to Cork Airport for the commencement of a contract to support PSE Kinsale Energy with decommissioning operations in the Celtic Sea.



Starting in April, the contract operated by NHV A\S Denmark will be operating the helicopter transfer flights with one AW139 Helicopter from the Weston Aviation FBO and Hangar facility bringing personnel and crew to and from the Stena Spey drilling rig, located 50km off the south coast of Cork.


Nick Weston, CEO of Weston Aviation said : ”We are delighted to welcome NHV A/S Denmark to Cork Airport and once again our location and facility has proven to be the perfect base for offshore helicopter operations. This is excellent news for the Cork Airport who have been instrumental in working with us and NHV as we hopefully start to rebuild in 2021”.


Lars Skov, Managing Director, NHV Denmark said, “One of our largest challenges was the reduced timeline, which less than one month and Weston Aviation and Cork Airport have really shown their agility and flexibility to accommodate this success factor for us to start up. It is a pleasure work out from airport, who understands needs of offshore helicopter operations and its constant change.

Weston Aviation operates five FBO and ground handling facilities in the UK and Ireland at Cork Airport, Humberside Airport, Manchester Airport, Gloucestershire Airport and Cornwall Airport Newquay. Formed in 1995, Weston Aviation also offers fuel sales, aircraft charter, sales and leasing. (  For more details,  cal  or  write  Peter Bradfield / Tel + 44 1362 860061/ mail : Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. ).




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