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Zonal Drying™ References

 

Zonal Drying ™ Flying on B787


 

flydubai

B737-800, BFE-ORDER: 42 AC

Mick Hills, Senior Vice President Engineering & Maintenance at flydubai:

“Flydubai operates an environmentally friendly fleet of Boeing aircraft. They are powered by CFM56-7B engines from CFM International and are fitted with winglets from Aviation Partners Boeing. We began working with CTT in 2011 and the Zonal Drying™ System has already provided us with significant savings in emissions and fuel costs.”


transavia

B737-800, BFE ORDER: 36 AC


jet2

B737-800, B737-300, B737QC, B757-200

RETROFIT-ORDER: 33 AC: 5 AC (2013), 13 AC (2010), 7 AC (2009), 8 AC (2007)

Philip Meeson, Jet2.com Chief Executive says:

‘At Jet2.com we try to offset our carbon footprint wherever possible and the installation of CTTs ground-breaking zonal drying systems will form an integral part of our green strategy. Our customers are becoming increasingly environmentally aware and strongly buy in to any measures we take to lower our fuel consumption and thus reduce emissions into the environment. We are a friendly low fare leisure airline flying passengers to over 50 destinations and its essential that our aircraft are operating in the most efficient way possible. I’m Delighted that we can rely on CTTs systems to help us in this endeavour’.


ANZ

ALL FLEET DECISION

RETROFIT ORDER: 42 AC: 13 A320, 16 B737, 5 B767, 8 B777,

“Long before the rising fuel price put the focus on fuel-saving Air New Zealand was already a world leader in refining its flight operations to reduce its environmental impact and fuel burn* as part of this country’s focus on environmental responsibility,” says the airline’s General Manager Airline Operations and Safety, Captain David Morgan. “Once we had proven the range of benefits from this technology to our satisfaction – principally reduced aircraft weight which leads to reduced fuel burn and emissions, along with enhanced insulation and corrosion protection – the decision was obvious and we moved quickly the capture to benefits across four jet aircraft fleets.”


titan

B737-300QC

RETROFIT: 2 AC

Paul Woodman, Technical Director at Titan Airways:

“We selected the Zonal Dryer system with the aim of reducing our operational costs and improving the on-board product for our customers”


firstchoice

B767-300

RETROFIT: 6 AC (2007)

PART OF THOMSON AIRWAYS SINCE 2008, (CTT LAUNCH CUSTOMER FOR A320)


tuifly

B757-200

RETROFIT: 2 AC (2007)

“Our target is to lower the fuel consumption on our aircraft with 2% within the next two yearsthus lowering the CO2 emissions. We have chosen to invest in CTT’s Zonal Drying™ System due to its capability to remove condensed water in the aircraft, which can weigh a couple of hundred kilos on a B757 aircraft. The lowered fuel consumption reduces the CO2 emission with several tons per year and aircraft” says, Johan Lundgren, Managing Director – Fritidsresor AB.


mytravel

A320/A321/A330

RETROFIT: 3 AC

(PART OF THOMAS COOK SINCE 2008)


 

continental

B757-200

RETROFIT: 41 AC (2006)


 

monarch

A320/A321, B757, A330, B767, A300

RETROFIT: 27 AC (2006)

“Today, airlines are faced with rapidly increasing fuel prices and this puts a focus on fuel saving actions during the operation. One of the major reasons why we selected the Zonal Drying™ System is based on the fact that with minimal condensation our aircraft will be lighter and thus burning less fuel” says Adrian Vaughan, Engineering Manager Monarch Engineering.


iceland

B757 FLEET DECISION

RETROFIT: 10 AC


 

martinair

A320 (B767/MD-11)

(Ceased operating passengers)


luxair

B737-700

RETROFIT 3 AC (2005)


xl

B-737

RETROFIT 8 AC

(Ceased operations in 2008)