Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

CHC provides unmatched helicopter services that enable our customers to reach beyond.


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Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

CHC has served EMEA for decades, completing major milestones such as the first unescorted transatlantic flight in 1965. Our EMEA regional operations now encompass the UK, Ireland, Africa, the Netherlands , Norway and Kazakhstan. We regularly serve major oil and gas companies, government agencies, and numerous ad hoc customers providing offshore oil and gas transfers, emergency medical services, and search and rescue services.

We transport thousands of people to and from offshore oil and gas installations on the UK Continental Shelf and the Norwegian Continental Shelf annually, and also fly thousands of SAR and EMS missions each year.

From the harsh conditions of the North Sea and the new frontiers off the west coast of Shetland to remote areas of Africa, the EMEA region has experience flying in a variety of hostile environments.

Regional Director: Mark Abbey

Regional Headquarters - Aberdeen Office
CHC House, Howe Moss Drive
Kirkhill Industrial Estate
Dyce, Aberdeen
AB21 0GL

Tel: +44 01224 846000

Stavanger Office
CHC Helikopter Service AS
Flyplassvegen 250, 4055
Stavanger Lufthavn, Norway

Tel: +47 51 94 10 00

Mark AbbeyMark Abbey
Regional Director, Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)

In 2012, Mr. Abbey joined CHC as regional director for the Western North Sea business (now EMEA). Mr. Abbey has 35 years of aerospace and aviation experience. He came to CHC after a 16-year career with Hampson Aerospace PLC where he held a number of executive roles including group managing director of global assembly and fabrication operations. His experience spans the U.S., Europe, India and China. Previously, Mr. Abbey worked with BAE Systems Plc for 16 years, managing at an executive level a number of aircraft production and operational facilities, including the Hawk Jet Trainer and RJ146 assemble operations. Mark is a qualified flight line engineer and studied at both Hull and Leeds University.