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RNZAF assesses risk to NH-90 fleet after fatal crash

The 48-hour pause from flying the helicopters is a precautionary move.

Operators of the NH-90 are losing confidence in the design. Photo: Grant Newman.

Grant Newman Wed, 02 Aug 2023

The Royal New Zealand Air Force temporarily halted flying its NH-90 helicopters as it assesses the implications of the loss of an Australian Army MRH-90 Taipan last week.

UPDATE (Aug 3): RNZAF NH-90 helicopers cleared for flying. 

The Chief of the RNZAF, Air Vice-Marshal Andrew Clark, said the pause

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Grant Newman Wed, 02 Aug 2023
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