”We are committed to a robust and capable standard airplane. We continue to evaluate test and analysis data, and we have reaffirmed our decision that a Zonal Drying system as standard equipment provides the best lifecycle cost and value to our 787 customers,” said Mike Sinnett, director of Systems for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
“We at CTT are very happy with this decision and we are proud to be able to deliver our system to Boeing’s very successful-newest airplane model,” said CTT President Torbjörn Johansson.
Incorporation of this technology as a basic feature improves airplane lifecycle value. By reducing condensation in the airplane, fuel and maintenance costs are lowered, and by making the feature standard, residual value is improved.
Nyköping, Sweden, December 18, 2006 – CTT Systems today announced that The Boeing Company will equip the Boeing 787 Dreamliner with the Moisture Control System as a basic feature. This means that the company’s Zonal Drying system will be installed in all Boeing 787 passenger airplanes.