Airbus Drops CTT Moisture Control System From A321XLR

Credit: Airbus
PARIS—Airbus has decided to drop CTT Systems’ Dry Air Generation System (DAGS) moisture control system from the A321XLR, favoring instead its own passive condensation reduction technology. As a result, aircraft humidity control system specialist CTT Systems said it is putting development of its Anti...
Helen Massy-Beresford

Based in Paris, Helen Massy-Beresford covers European and Middle Eastern airlines, the European Commission’s air transport policy and the air cargo industry for Aviation Week & Space Technology and Aviation Daily.

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