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  • united kingdom Aberdeen International Airport

    Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

    United Kingdom

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    6.4152 Grampian Fire Service, Scotland
    6.6143EGA03 ARI Aberdeen, Scotland
    9.6130 Hall Russell, Scotland
    11.6219EGEA Culter, Scotland
    12.6076UK47 Aberdeen OWF, Offshore UK
    28.9137UK2H Kincardine Ph 1 OWF, Offshore UK

    1934 to present

    57° 12' 0'' N - 2° 12' 0'' W
    5nm NW of Aberdeen
    Elevation: 215 feet

    History of this Location

    Land acquired in 1931, opened in 1934. Initially for linking the Northern Isles with London. Became an RAF baseĀ in WWII and although fighters were based there during the Battle of Britain, it was mainly a Photographic Reconnaisance base. In 1947, it became part of the British Airports Authority.

    The first energy industry rotary wing operations began in 1967, and as the offshore hydrocarbon sector grew, so did traffic. In 2003 with over 35000 helicopter movements, Aberdeen was the busiest rotary wing base in the world.

    The CHC Scotia and Bristow aprons are to the west side; the Bond apron is on the east side.

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    List of units at Aberdeen / Dyce

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    YearsRotary Wing Aircraft Unitbold : Current Model
    normal: Unit no longer at this base
    2020/    SCAAEC135 2015/   
    2016/    Babcock Mission Critical Services Offshore
    2015/    NHV AberdeenH175 / EC175 2019/   
    H175 / EC175 2015/   
    2001/16Bond Offshore HelicoptersS-92 2012/16
    AW139 2011/16
    Super Puma/Cougar 2001/16
    AS365 Dauphin 2 2001/16
    2000/    CHC (Aberdeen)
    Bristow (Aberdeen)

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