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AMAC takes Cair on new VIP B777 project

Posted 16 March 2015 · Add Comment

Swiss completions specialist AMAC has placed an order for the Swedish built CTT Cair System to be installed in a VIP B777-200 aircraft belived to be for a Middle Eastern customer.

CTT manufacturers anti-condensation systems for commercial aircraft and is the dominating provider of humidification products for VIP aircraft and the pioneer for cockpit, crew rest and cabin humidification systems.
“This is the seventh order from AMAC and we are delighted that our Cair System has been selected for enhanced cabin comfort in such a prestigious project, said Peter Landquist, CTT’s vice president sales & marketing
Tracey Hawthorne-Kurz, director purchasing & logistics at AMAC Aerospace said .
“We had a very strong support and good collaboration on previous projects. We look forward to working together on this new exciting project.”
The order for the B777 was made in June 2014.
The BBJ 777-300ER has a cabin size of 3,641 square feet (338 square meters) with a range capability of 9,220 nautical miles (17,075 kilometers). Boeing Business Jets delivers the VIP airplane to customers without customised interiors and AMAC was in competition but other Middle Eastern triple sevens have been completed by the Basle-based AMAC.
A number of BBJ 777s are in action in the region including with Aviation Link in Saudi Arabia and with the UAE government.

 

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