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UK-based air services company Bond Aviation said on Thursday it had grounded its global fleet of 38 EC135 helicopters following a technical fault, less than two weeks after one of its aircraft crashed into a Scottish pub, killing nine people. The incident came after a Bond Aviation helicopter leased to the police fell from the sky onto the Clutha pub in Glasgow on November 29, killing three crew and six others in the busy venue. Established in 1961, Bond provides search and rescue, offshore crew-change transport, air ambulance support, police helicopter support, and specialist services such as offshore wind farm and lighthouse maintenance, and aerial lifting.
|UK Firm Involved In Fatal Scottish Crash Grounds EC135 Helicopter Fleet|
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