WATCHING THE WORLD SURVIVAL IN THE NORTH SEA

With Roger Vielvoye from London One of the least endearing aspects of helicopter travel in the North Sea is the statutory requirement to wear a survival suit. From main helicopter terminals in Aberdeen and Stavanger crewmen and women in their red survival suits make their way from the terminal building to the aircraft day in day out regardless of the outside temperatures. For many the suits are a free substitute for a Turkish bath in summer. In winter 2 hr in a confining outfit in a narrow

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