CTT has a green technology that solely 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).
Leading RUSSIAN LOW-COST CARRIER OPERATES NON-CONDENSING FLIGHTS - ALL-737-FLEET EQUIPPED WITH ANTI-CONDENSATION
A leading Russian low-cost carrier, has CTT’s Anti-Fuselage-Condensation system installed across its entire fleet of 34 Next Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
The CTT Anti-Condensation system removes trapped water in blankets, keeps the crown area dry and prevents unwanted excess weight from water accumulation. Hereby, on every flight, the airline can operate with lower energy needs and less pollutant emissions.
The CTT Anti-Condensation system is the only active measure to tackle condensation issues. Every kilogram of reduced weight matters.
Jet2.com is leading the-way in the UK with its decision to fit an active system to battle condensation, minimizing condensation issues in its fleet which reduces weight and decreases CO₂ emissions. 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.
Transavia Netherlands operating a non-condensing fleet since 2003
Transavia Netherlands has line-fitted anti-condensation in its entire Boeing 737-800 fleet ever since 2008 before that the aircraft was retrofitted. Transavia Netherlands operates a fleet of 41 Boeing 737-800s out of which 39 are equipped with CTT’s Anti-Condensation System.
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.