Sikorsky 92   msn: 920030

# 030 / G-CHCK, After 14 years of service and only 14.000 flight hours airframe #030 was
permanently withdrawn from use on 21 February 2020. The cabin was sold to a local scrap dealer.
This is very remarkable as there are Sikorsky 61N helicopters around with more than 25.000 hours.

# 030 / G-CHCK, CHC Scotia, has been flying in a white livery for a few months,
prior to being permanently withdrawn from use and being scrapped at Aberdeen - Dyce.

Mark Piacentini, EGPD, 27 December 2018.

# 030 / G-CHCK, CHC Scotia, captured at Aberdeen - Dyce, United Kingdom.

Gary Watt, EGPD, 12 September 2006.

# 030 / N8001N, Painted in the CHC livery, captured outside the Keystone completion Center,
near Chester County Airport, Pennsylvania.

Photo: Bill Shull, K40N, 25 February 2006.

 Airframe History:
 Date: Tailnumber: Owner / Operator:
 NOV 2005 N8001N  Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation,
 Stratford, Connecticut
 FEB 2006 G-CHCK  CHC Scotia Ltd,
 Aberdeen, Scotland
 APR 2007 G-CHCK  pre-cautionary landing due to tail-rotor issue,
 at Longside airfield, Scotland.
 [view aaib report 04-2008]
 MAR 2013 G-CHCK  extensive damage caused by lightning strike,
 shipped back to USA for repairs at Sikorsky.
 FEB 2020 G-CHCK  regi canx,
 airframe permanently withdrawn from use.

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