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Possible observations of a drone in the North Sea

Possible observations of a drone in the North Sea

On Wednesday evening, potential drones were seen over the Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea. Avinor confirms this to Dagbladet.

– Avinor is aware of the incident with possible drone observations in Johan Sverdrup. Two helicopters requested a detour due to possible drone observations, says communications consultant Ylva Celius Trollsen in Avinor.

Dagbladet was informed that the two helicopters had turned and returned to Earth, shortly before the planned landing before eight o’clock.

According to Dagbladet’s information, large drones were observed.

The airspace is not closed and air traffic is not affected, says Avinor.

Cecil Rende, Equinor’s press liaison, will not comment on the circumstances surrounding any of the remarks for “security reasons”.

Dagbladet was in contact with both the Sør-West police district and the headquarters of the armed forces’ operations on Wednesday evening. They state that they cannot comment on potential notes.

Safe side

Vice President of the Pilots Association Karl Gilbert Rego of Barat can tell Dagbladet that he is aware that observations of potential drones were made on Wednesday.

Two possible sightings have been reported, at an unknown height. A safety assessment was made that the safest thing was to return the helicopters to the ground. Rego says this is because of flight safety.

Rigo says that this kind of evaluation is something pilots have gotten used to quite well lately, and that the helicopter’s comeback is primarily about flight safety.

– Pilots are used to it lately, and they are always vigilant. Rego continues: We fully respect the fact that they always choose to be on the safe side.

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