- RNZAF NH90 embarks on first deployment
- Two of New Zealand's NH Industries NH90 rotorcraft have embarked on their maiden deployment, supporting aid delivery to Fiji in response to the cyclone that struck on 20 February.
- First Belgian NH90 Pilot Qualified For Landing On Frigates
- The first Belgian NH90 Caiman pilot was qualified Feb. 11 to land on the deck of a frigate. Accompanied by a Dutch instructor, the pilot made 10 landings with the Belgian navy's Caiman RN03 on the flight deck of the Royal Netherlands Navy frigate Zr.
- NHI finishes self-protection tests on Norwegian NH90
- NH Industries (NHI) has successfully concluded trials of the self-protection system to be fitted to NH90 naval helicopters for the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF), following a five-month campaign.
- Norwegian Navy's NH90 prototype completes testing of self-protection suite
- The Norwegian Navy's NH90 maritime helicopter prototype series has successfully completed testing of a self-protection suite in Cazaux, Bruz and Ile du Levant. The test, which commenced in September 2015, assessed the electronic warfare suite (EWS) ...
- Belgium rolls out NH90 Caïman capability
- All eight aircraft (four Tactical Transport Helicopters [TTH] and four NATO Frigate Helicopter [NFH] versions) have now been delivered - the final TTH being handed over in November 2014 and the last NFH in August 2015.
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