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AeroTech Services Reduces Fuel Spending and Emissions for European Carriers

AeroTech Services Reduces Fuel Spending and Emissions for European Carriers

Reno, NV (PRWEB) May 28, 2009

AeroTech Services, Inc., announced today the company is seeing positive performance improvement results on the first B737-400 aircraft utilizing their fuel reduction modification. The modification reduces fuel consumption and green house gas emissions by up to 4% on the Boeing 737 Classics (-200, -300, -400 and -500 models).

"While the current performance improvement trend for this European operator is certainly reasonable, we will probably make some minor adjustments to optimize the overall benefits even more," states James Nettle, Director, AeroTech Services. "It appears the return on investment, at today's fuel prices, will be about 18 months," he continued.

Airlines currently using the AeroTech modification include Brussels Airlines, Swiftair, MNG Airlines, Shenzhen Donghai Airlines, and Ukraine International Airlines. GECAS leases several B737 Classics with the AeroTech Modification on them.

The AeroTech B737 modification has been verified in FAA (United States Federal Aviation Agency) Flight Tests, to reduce fuel burn, in-cruise, by up to 4%. The simple modification increases the aircraft's wing area and camber, and lengthens the wing chord, resulting in an increased lift-to-drag ratio; effectively reducing fuel burn and emissions during climb and cruise periods.

AeroTech Services, Inc., a Reno, Nevada-based company, holds the US Patent No. 6,598,834 on the wing modification for all aircraft. The company markets and sells the modification worldwide to commercial airline operators. For more information call (800) 294-2074, (702) 405-0325 or, visit the website at



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