There has been "a little cluster" of helicopter crashes over the last year, but none can be connected as they "almost certainly" had different causes, a flight expert told Daybreak.
Air Commander Dai Whittingham from the UK Flight Safety Committee tried to reassure helicopter passengers accidents in Glasgow, London and Norfolk all happened under "very different circumstances".
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The announcement is part of a £500 million cost-cutting drive which will take place over three years.
A chilly north for the glens of northern Scotland and the Highlands but otherwise a frost free and generally mild night.