DONAUWORTH, Germany — Corrosion issues on the naval version of the NH90 military helicopter are now under control, according to senior Airbus Helicopters officials. Company engineers are working on solving these issues, which prompted the Dutch government to halt deliveries of its final seven aircraft. An investigation by the Netherlands National Aerospace Laboratories (NLR), earlier requested by The Hague, found 92 corrosion occurrences on two aircraft that had been deployed to ...
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