NH90 partners struggle with qualification, but continue to fill up their order book
Industry sources say problems with qualification of Europe's NH90 frigate/ transport helicopter will impact deliveries in the medium term. But long-term perturbations are not expected, and the program continues to receive a steady inflow of new orders. In mid-December, Belgium decided to purchase 10 NH90s, becoming the 14th country to acquire the rotorcraft, and the sixth to procure it through the NATO Helicopter Management Agency (Nahema) responsible for design and development. The ...
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