Flight TTI Labels


A color changing smart label monitors airline meals in refrigerated or passive storage environments for Time-Temperature abuse; to safeguard food safety.

With more than ten years of success, the VITSAB Flight TTI Labels are easily integrated into any airline Food Safety Management System and/or the Quality Management System (QMS).
Your customers’ deserve to know their in-flight food choices receive Customized Cold Chain Confirmation (C4) by full history TTIs.

Flight Labels a Time Temperature Indicator Monitoring System

Flight label application
The Fight Label has been designed to work where departure from the flight kitchen and service on-board is started within a 24 hour timeframe. Using this formulation, Vitsab customers have been able to monitor all flight durations on their network and all back / pod catering operations – Worldwide. That’s anywhere on the planet!

The label system is a cost effective way to ensure compliance with food storage and handling rules. The system also allows airlines to adopt cost effective methods of catering including sale onboard, return catering and belly catering etc.

Vitsab™ – Flight Labels are simple to supply, store and use. No additional tools are required onboard or in the flight kitchen. In use labels received positive ratings from flight attendants.

Cost Effective
The cost of monitoring is measured in fractions of a cent per customer.  Plus, unused sealed food can be utilized on later flights; saving you on your food investment.

Easy to use
Flight labels are easy to use and may be read at any stage of the journey. Flight attendants
reported favourably on the product’s ease of use. Labels are ambient stable and have a long storage life.

Quality, HACCP Mangers and Food Inspectors
Vitsab’s Labels are now commonly accepted by government food inspectors in the United
States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Vitsab™ – Flight
Labels may be used to satisfy:
· World Food Safety Guide Lines For Airline Catering (step 25, CCP2)
Codex Alimentarius HACCP – monitoring chilled food in storage & service
· Quality Management System requirements (ISO9001).
· FDA food safety code
· European Union Food Law (EU regulation 852/2004)

Facilitating Low Carbon Opportunities
Vitsab sees an opportunity for airlines to reduce their Carbon Footprint by
conserving fuel burnt during flight by reducing weight onboard. With the label
system in place, ambient galley stowage may be introduced and heavy chilling
equipment removed. Other options exist including use of new light weight
trolleys that also save weight. Let us know if you are interested in improving
your airline’s Carbon Footprint.