Posted on: 08 February 2010
BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has accepted back AirManager units from two operators which were trialling the active cabin air management systems and is now analysing the contents of those units.
Sean McGovern, operations director of BAE Systems Regional Aircraft, asmitted that although there had been siginificant interest, the company had not got as far with its sales drive as it would have liked. “Those who have been using AirManager – and we have sold 33 units – are reluctant to publicise their plans,” he noted.
The company believes that as soon as a user is willing to provide a testimonial of AirManager’s value, orders will soon follow. Sales are also likely to be helped once the results of the current analysis are reported.
Bernie Baldwin, editor, Low-Fare & Regional Airlines/LARAnews.net