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CTT Systems announces first Cair VIP order for BBJ MAX 8

Posted 16 February 2018 · Add Comment

CTT SYSTEMS AB, providers of aircraft humidity control systems, has a launch customer order for a Cair VIP Inflight Humidification system from Jet Aviation for one Boeing BBJ MAX 8.

This completion will feature increased humidity in the entire aircraft cabin which requires support from three humidifiers. This award is CTT Systems’ 86th VIP order for Airbus ACJs/Boeing BBJs.

“We look forward to work with Jet Aviation as launch customer on BBJ MAX 8,” says Peter Landquist, Vice President Sales & Marketing of CTT Systems. “We are committed to improve our inflight humidification system even further.”

“Humidification is an important well-being feature in our most prestigious VIP completions,” said Christoph Fondalinski, director of Project Management at the Jet Aviation Basel Completions Center. “We have broad experience working with CTT and are pleased to once again incorporate their reliable and efficient systems for the benefit of our customer.”

CTT’s humidifier maintains air humidity in the human comfort zone of approx. 20 percent Relative Humidity. A higher humidity on long-haul flights reduces dry air related problems (e.g. fatigue, jet-lag, red eyes, dry skin, spread of virus diseases) and improves wellbeing and sleep. The humidifier is based on evaporative cooling technology and uses a method that effectively precludes the transfer of bacteria. The Cair VIP IFH system offers total anti-condensation protection. 



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