CTT SYSTEMS AB (“CTT”), the market leader of aircraft humidity control systems, announces Cair™ System VIP order from Comlux America LLC (Indianapolis, USA) to be installed during second part of 2016 in one Airbus ACJ330-200 VIP aircraft. This is the 82nd Cair™ VIP order in total for Airbus ACJ/Boeing Business Jet.

“CTT is pleased to receive another order from Comlux America. We are delighted to once again work with Comlux (for the seventh time) and excited that we this time are selected for Comlux America’s first wide body VIP completion. CTT is honoured that Comlux continues to select our Cair™ System in order to meet its customer demand for enhanced cabin comfort and wellbeing,” says Peter Landquist, Vice President Sales & Marketing of CTT Systems.

“Comlux America is very pleased to be working with CTT again. We had a very strong collaboration on a previous project which was a strong driving factor for choosing CTT. We look forward to working together with CTT on this new exciting project,” commented Arnaud Martin Executive Vice President of Operations for Comlux the Aviation Group, the parent company of Comlux America.

Cair™ humidification reduces negative health and wellbeing impact from dry air on long-haul flights by maintaining the Relative Humidity on ground like levels that the human body is used and adapted to (i.e. human body and its membranes will not be exposed to quick de-hydration that otherwise is the case in an extremely dry cabin). The Cair™ humidification system hereby improves passenger relative comfort, health and rest by generating a relative humidity of approx. 20%, compared to 3-5% without our humidifiers. A higher humidity reduces dry air related problems (e.g. fatigue, jet-lag, red eyes, dry skin, spread of virus diseases). The humidifiers are based on evaporative cooling technology that effectively precludes the transfer of bacteria and improves air quality by reducing particles in the cabin air. Cair™ keeps humidity in balance with Zonal Drying ™ anti-condensation system that enables cabin humidification without any moisture related problems.

Comlux America is located in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is the completion center dedicated to large VIP aircraft cabins. The center is fully approved by Airbus and Boeing.


CTT Systems is the market leading provider of humidity control products in aircraft, including anti-condensation systems preventing moisture problems in the aircraft and Humidifier Onboard for in-flight comfort and wellbeing for crew and passengers. Our products are offered for retrofit installations and line-fit on A380, A350XWB and Boeing 787. The crew humidifier is standard in all crew rest compartment fitted Boeing 787 aircraft and optional in the crew rest compartment on A380 and A350XWB program. The flight deck humidifier is optional on both the Airbus A350XWB and Boeing 787 aircraft. The Airbus A350XWB is first to offer Cair™ humidification as SFE for First/Business Class (Zone1-3). The Zonal Drying™ anti-condensation system is basic equipment in all Boeing 787 aircraft and optional (as Buyer-Furnished-Equipment) on the Boeing 737NG program. The Zonal Drying™ is basic equipment on all Boeing 787 “Dreamliner” aircraft and the humidifiers are standard in all crew rest compartment fitted Dreamliner aircraft and optional for flight deck. The flight deck humidifier is optional on the A350XWB aircraft, the crew rest compartments humidifiers are optional on both A380/A350XWB and the Zonal Drying™ and Cair™ systems are optional on the A350XWB aircraft. Also visit: www.ctt.se

For additional information:

Torbjörn Johansson, President, CTT Systems AB.
Tel. +46-155-205901 alt. mobile. +46-70-665 24 46, or E-mail: torbjorn.johansson@ctt.se

Peter Landquist, VP Sales, Marketing & Customer Support CTT Systems AB.
Tel. +46-155-205902 alt. mobile. +46-70-665 24 45, or E-mail peter.landquist@ctt.se

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 December 22, 2015 at 11:10 (CET).