OUR green technology solves a weight problem and hereby reduces airlines environmental footprint
CTT’s anti-condensation system contributes to make air traveling more sustainable with lowered energy use per flight hours (i.e. cutting fuel burn consumption with 0.4 – 0.6 %) and with less pollutant emissions (i.e. reducing emissions of greenhouse gases).
The CTT Anti-Condensation system removes trapped water in blankets, keeps the crown area dry and prevents unwanted excess weight from water accumulation.
Jet2.com is a frontrunner in the UK with its MOISTURE protected fleet
Jet2.com is leading the-way in the UK with its anti-condensation all-fleet-committ. The decision to battle condensation minimizes condensation issues in its entire fleet which reduces weight and decreases CO₂ emissions significantly.
Jet2.com, a CTT customer since 2007, started with the retrofit on eight Boeing 757 aircraft.
Since then Jet2.com has retrofitted its entire Boeing 737-800 fleet of 75 aircraft which includes 34 brand-new anti-condensation protected Boeing 737-800NG aircraft.
Jet2.com is the UK’s third largest airline, flying from ten UK airports to more than 60 destinations across Europe and beyond.
Transavia Netherlands operating a non-condensing fleet since 2003
Transavia Netherlands has the CTT Anti-Condensation system fitted in 39 Boeing 737-800s.
Transavia Netherlands annually saves unnecessary emissions of CO₂ amounting to approx. 2300mt. That makes a difference. Especially in an industry where every kg counts in its committ to reduce environmental footprint.
SUNCLASS IS NOT ACCEPTING CONDENSATION ON ITS A321 FLEET - LESS FUEL / CO2 - MORE SUSTAINABLE
Sunclass Airlines has the CTT Anti-Condensation system fitted in all of its 8 A321 aircraft.
Sunclass Airlines annually saves emissions of CO₂ amounting to approx. 680mt.