Candles were lit for each of the workers at the Oil Chapel in the Church of St Nicholas Uniting in Aberdeen.
There were tears as relatives, including children, placed hurricane lamps in the middle of the room to represent each of the lives lost.
Transport Minister Robert Goodwill told MPs that the delay in compiling a report on the 2009 disaster off Peterhead was due to ai???very real considerationai??? being given to prosecutions.
The findings of the fatal accident inquiry were published last week.
Frank Doran has repeatedly called for a judge-led investigation into the five helicopter incidents which have happened in the last five years.
He wrote to MP Louise Ellman, chairwoman of the House of Commons transport select committee, to raise his concerns.
Managing director Luke Farajallah said the company would take time to fully study the determination from Sheriff Derek Pyle, which identified three main failings on the part of the aviation firm.
Sheriff Pyle found it was ai???possibleai??? that the accident might have been avoided if Bond had correctly followed maintenance manuals and communicated more effectively with manufacturer Eurocopter.
Fourteen oil workers and two crew died when a Bond Super Puma plunged into the water off the Aberdeenshire coast on April 1, 2009.
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The move follows recommendations in an Air Accidents investigation Branch (AAIB) report into a helicopter crash, when an aircraft ran into heavy fog in February 2009.
The AAIBai??i??s findings from the non-fatal crash led to a 2013 revision of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)ai??i??s regulatory standards for offshore helicopter landing areas, which included the requirement for new lighting.