Nyköping March 26, 2012, – Lufthansa Technik AG based in Hamburg Germany, has ordered CTT Cair™ System to be installed, starting from Oct 2012, in one Boeing BBJ747-8 aircraft.Lufthansa Technik AG is a major completion center offering top quality cabin outfitting and associated services.

Lufthansa Technik has already installed the Cair™ System in five various VIP widebody and narrowbody aircraft types.

“The BBJ747-8 is the latest and largest aircraft that Boeing has built for VIP configuration. To get additional orders of the CairTMSystem for this type of aircraft is a huge success for CTT.

We are delighted to continue to work with Lufthansa Technik on this new aircraft says Peter Landquist, Vice President Sales & Marketing of CTT Systems.” Our Cair™ system is doing very well in the VIP market” continues Peter Landquist.

Cair™ is focused on the passengers’ health and comfort by providing humidification of the extremely dry aircraft cabins without causing condensation. Cair™ gives a pleasant relative humidity of around 20%, compared to 3-5% without, for the passengers, thereby reducing dry air related problems (e.g. fatigue, jet-lag, red eyes, dry skin, spread of virus diseases).

The Cair™ system is based on evaporative cooling technology and uses a method that effectively precludes the transfer of bacteria within the aircraft. The dual-purpose system increases humidity for greater comfort and incorporates the Zonal Drying™ System to counter condensation problems.

CTT’s Zonal Drying™ System has been selected as basic equipment for the new B787 “Dreamliner” and CTT’s humidifiers are options in crew rest compartments and on flight deck. The A380 offers CTT’s humidifiers as option in crew rest compartments. CTT will also supply the Zonal Drying™ system and the Cair™ system for the A350 aircraft, as options.

This information is disclosed by CTT Systems AB in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act, the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act, or the requirements stated in the listing agreements. The information was submitted for publication on 26 march 2012 at 08.00 (CET).