IRAN (OBSERVATORY) – A helicopter, belonging to an Iranian oil company, crashed Tuesday in the Persian Gulf. Five people were on board, says the agency China New.
A crash of an Iranian helicopter carrying five people on board occurred in the Persian Gulf, announced Tuesday the agency China New. Two people were saved. The aircraft was traveling from Lavan Island to Kish Island.
Iran’s aviation information platform Aerospacetalk reports two dead, while the pilot is alive. According to Aerospacetalk, this was the EP-HUA device, on the left in the photo.
The helicopter that involved the today’s accident is EP-HUA (no.1 in the picture), owned by Iranian Helicopter Services Company (ساخه) & operated on behalf of IOOC.
At least 2 dead while the pilot is survived.#avgeek #Iran pic.twitter.com/y1jT05k6lL
— Aerospacetalk (@Aerospacetalk) April 17, 2018
The helicopter belonged to the oil company Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), according to the Radio-Television of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRIB), quoted on social networks.