The TTH is the basic variant of the NH90 equipped to transport 20 troops or 2500 kgs of cargo for standard heliborne operations such as tactical assault, search and rescue, medevac evacuation and general support duties. Could also be fitted for more specialized tasks as special operations or electronic warfare. Pre-production aircraft were first delivered to the German army in 2006
Safran 7-Years Contract to Support German NH90, 17-May-17 : Safran signed a 7-year contract to support RTM322 engines of around 100 NH90 (82 TTH and 18 NTH) operated by the German Army (Heer) and German Navy (Marine)
New Zealand NH90 Almost Back to Full Duty, 07-May-17 : Royal New Zealand Air Force eased limitations on its NH90 fleet that have prevented them flying over water, at night, and over mountainous terrain since 20 April
German NH90 On Their Way to Mali, 31-Jan-17 : HEER NH90 to Mali by An-124
3.000 Flying Hours In Afghanistan for Italians NH90, 16-Jan-17 : Italian Army NH90 TTH fleet in Afghanistan achieved 3000 flying hours. Deployed in Herat since 2012 as Task Group “Fenice”, part of the TAAC-W (Train Advise Assist Command - West)
Germany Deploying Helicopters in Mali, 12-Jan-17 : The German Army deploying 4 NH90 and 4 Tiger helicopters to Mali under UN Mission MINUSMA replacing Dutch Chinook and Apaches. Will remain in country until Mid-2018.