Luke Farajallah, managing director of Bond Offshore
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Helicopter crash boss: 'We'll support any public inquiry'

An inquiry into the deaths of 16 men in a North Sea helicopter crash has concluded that the accident could have been prevented.

All on board died when the Bond Super Puma came down in 2009.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch pinpointed a catastrophic failure of the gearbox in its examination of the crash.

Luke Farajallah, managing director of Bond Offshore, said he would support any public inquiry.

  • 13 Mar 2014
  • From the section UK
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