BERLIN — Airbus Helicopters has frozen the configuration for Germany’s planned fleet of NH90 Sea Lion helicopters. The German government is planning to purchase 18 Sea Lions as part of a renegotiated helicopter buy that also includes NH90 tactical transports and EC665 Tiger attack helicopters for the German army. Speaking at the ILA air show here, Wolfgang Schroder, CEO of Airbus Helicopters Germany, said the 2013 negotiations had formed the framework for a final deal and the ...
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