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Belgian NH90 TTH for the chop?

Old 28th Jun 2020, 11:16
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Belgian NH90 TTH for the chop?

Belgian Defense ministry is musing over (no official word yet AFAIK) retiring their NH90 TTH fleet over cost issues. Plus as I mentioned once F35 thread, itís partially to do with F-35 procurement and A400M. Also as part of their remit, looking at replacing their legacy A-109M (which I wondered why they didnít do earlier).

https://www.defense-aerospace.com/ar...omplexity.html

So guessing they will have to rely on their French and a Dutch neighbours for tactical troop transport if this goes ahead?

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