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Turkey orders Zonal Drying from CTT Systems

Posted 16 November 2016 · Add Comment

CTT Systems (CTT), the market leader in aircraft humidity control systems, has announced a Zonal Drying order from Turkey for five Boeing 757-200s and three 767-300s, to be retrofit installed by AZUR Aviation, with deliveries between December 2016 and August 2017.

 

Peter Landquist, VP Sales & Marketing, CTT Systems, said: "We are privileged to receive an order from AZUR Aviation, a new customer valuing the benefitsof mastering the root-cause of fuselage condensation from the very first operation. Hereby, the new aircraft will not gain weight from accumulated water/ice accretion (which increasing fuel and CO2 burn) and it will not experience moisture problems, such as electrical failures, which increase cost."

 

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