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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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Netherlands resumes NH90 flights, finds wreck of crashed helicopter

by Nicholas Fiorenza

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July, Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 7 August. Meanwhile, the wreck of the crashed RNLAF NH90 has been found.

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The RNLAF has resumed flights with its NH90 helicopters after they were grounded following the crash of one into the Caribbean Sea on 19 July. (Dutch MoD)

The Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on its website on 7 August that the RNLAF saw no reason to continue the grounding of its NH90s after the initial investigation by the Inspectie Veiligheid Defensie (IVD, Defence Safety Inspectorate) and Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (Dutch Safety Board, OVV) found it was unlikely that the crash was caused by a technical or mechanical failure.

Bijleveld-Schouten told parliament on 20 July that RNLAF NH90 flights had been suspended.

 

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