Bond Offshore Helicopters has won contract with Perenco

Bond Offshore Helicopters has announced a new contract with Perenco Oil and Gas.

This new contract, worth in the region of £37 million ($60 million), is for the provision of crew change flights to Perenco facilities in the Southern North Sea.

Operations are due to commence from Humberside Airport in January 2013, with an AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter, for an initial contract period of three years with options to extend.

Luke Farajallah, managing director of Bond Offshore Helicopters, said “This is an exciting new win for Bond Offshore Helicopters, and reflects in no small part the focus on service provision and customer support in our existing work with Perenco Oil and Gas. This will be our first aircraft operating out of Humberside Airport and we very much look forward to further growth in order to establish a significant presence in the area.”

Terry Spruce

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