Airbus A350F available with flight deck and crew rest humidifier


The fight deck of a modern freighter aircraft is the most dry section in an aircraft with almost no (read: close to zero) moisture content in the air. It is in fact world’s most dehydrating working environment.

All of the human body’s organs, including  brains, need water to function properly. If a body is dehydrated, it isn’t running well — and that can lead to stress.

Only a modest dehydration increases the Cortisol level. Cortisol is one of the body’s stress hormones. The extremely dry air in flight deck makes it harder to remain in a good hydrated status. A striking humidity increase can help to keep stress levels down.

Innovations and new technologies help pilots work more efficiently and safely. A flight deck humidifier is an appreciated feature on long-haul aircraft. Improving working conditions with reduced risk for dehydration, fatigue and tiredness.

Significantly better humidity makes pilots feel better and more easily stay healthy. A better humidity reduces dryness induced fatigue and help pilots recover faster after a long-haul flight.

Over the years 85 % of all 787-pilots know the difference. The ‘Humidifier Onboard’ flight deck is a de facto standard on Boeing 787 and it is a popular selection on the Airbus A35O as well as Boeing 777X.

Airbus have followed the successful passenger aircraft A350 and included flight deck and crew rest humidifiers as an option for the new flagship A350F freighter.

CTT Systems is the market leading provider of humidity control products in aircraft, including Moisture Control Systems to prevent fuselage condensation, and inflight humidifiers – Humidifier On-board – for crew and passenger well-being.