Monarch Airlines of the UK has ordered CTT Systems’ (Stand A131) zonal-drying systems for its 27-strong fleet. Monarch will equip its Airbus A300s, A320s, A321s and Boeing 757s and 767s by the end of next year.
According to engineering manager Adrian Vaughan, rapidly increasing oil prices means airlines must focus on fuel-saving initiatives.
CTT’s zonal-drying equipment also contributes to reduced corrosion, longer insulation-blanket life, and enhanced residual value.
Boeing has selected the system for the new 787 twin-aisle twinjet, while its humidifier equipment will be available as a crew-rest compartment option to customers for the 787 and Airbus A38