CTT brings breath of fresh air to ACJ TwoTwenty

Customers opting for the latest Airbus Corporate Jet (ACJ) the ACJ Two Twenty will ease jet lag concerns thanks to a new partnership agreement with Swedish company CTT.

The cabin of the ACJ220 business jet
Customers will be fresh after flying the dehumidified ACJ TwoTwenty

CTT will supply the humidification system for the aircraft which is based on the A220 platform.

ACJ is launching humidification as part of its cabin catalogue for the Two Twenty to be delivered as bolt-on-kit system with STC together with newbuilt TwoTwenty (green) aircraft.

CTT said at this week’s EBACE that the joint ambition is to achieve a minimum weight solution while ensuring the highest levels of perfomance, including optimised humidity in the entire cabin with efficient anti-condensation protection. The humidification system is designed to equally distribute humidified air in the extra-large business jet cabin.

"The ACJ TwoTwenty includes a flexible cabin catalogue, opening the Xtra large business jet categories. Airbus is committed to offer market leading comfort and best cabin performance in the extra-large Two Twenty business jet," said Benoit Defforge, President, ACJ. "As part of this effort, we will promote the humidification system. Because only if humidity is restored to adequate and ground-like level, passengers can fully benefit from long­haul travel in the best large-cabin business jet on the market."

"We are delighted that ACJ includes humidification as part of the comfort climate in the TwoTwenty aircraft," said CTT’s Peter Landquist, "ACJ is first in the large-cabin business jet segment to offer significantly elevated cabin air humidity with total moisture protection that eliminates all fuselage condensation issues."