The company was founded as Scancopter-Service AS in 1956. In 1966 became involved in the oil industry and changed its name to Helikopter Service.
In 1984 bought Helitourist AS and in 1993 Braathens.
In 1996 changed its name to Helicopter Services Group when bought the British Bond Helicopters, Australian Lloyd Helicopters and South African Court Helicopters
In 1999 was bought by Canadian CHC becoming thus CHC Helikopter Service
On 2009 changed its name to CHC Norway, but on October 2010 changed back to CHC Helikopter Service.
Point Resources AS Contract for CHC Norway S-92, 06-Nov-18 : #oilandgas CHC signed 3-year extension contract to provide S-92 from Sola to support Point Resources AS’ Ringhorne og Jotun fields located 100 nm offshore in the Norwegian North Sea. Norwegian CHC branch, Helikopter Service, has a 50 years relation to Point Resources AS
Transition to Hover Certification for Super Puma, 17-Oct-18 : Helitech 2018 Heli-One completed certification testing of the Universal Avionics’s Flight Management System (FMS) Transition to Hover feature on AS332 Super Puma helicopter for easier overwater SAR operations
CHC Norway Super Puma Renewed with Aker BP, 16-Apr-18 : CHC Norway renewed for two-year its contract with Aker BP for two AS332 Super Puma used in their infield shuttle at the greater Valhall field in the Norwegian North Sea