An offshore helicopter has been taken back to Aberdeen by boat after a fuel problem on a North Sea installation.
The CHC Super Puma was taken by barge back to Aberdeen harbour on Wednesday after refuelling at an offshore platform.
A spokeswoman for the helicopter firm said routine fuel samples were found to be "unsatisfactory" and the decision was made to return the aircraft to land.
It was stressed that there was "no risk" to crew or passengers at any time.
She added: "Safety is CHC’s first priority and we continue to work diligently with helicopter manufacturers, other operators and aviation regulators to ensure the highest possible safety standards for our fleets."
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