August 7, 1996

Richmond, B. C. -- Mr. Terence A. Ibbetson, President of CON-SPACE COMMUNICATIONS LTD., (VSE:CCB) announced today that, hot on the heels of orders from British Airways, Air New Zealand and the Canadian Airforce, Trans World Airlines (TWA) has ordered several CON-SPACE Communication Systems for use in their wing tank fuel cell maintenance program.

CON-SPACE specializes in the manufacture of unique communication equipment for hazardous work functions and has supplied similar fuel cell communication equipment to the major aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Lockheed as well as to the United States Air Force, Canadian Airforce, and to many world airlines including; Canadian Airlines International, Air Canada, United, Delta, Northwest, Qantas and China Air.

After many months of evaluating various communication options TWA selected the CON-SPACE communication equipment. When asked why they chose CON-SPACE they said, "because it works." Operating in a wing tank fuel cell is an extremely dangerous and hazardous job but this unique equipment makes the job safer and the employee more efficient. "We have become the standard for Airline wing tank fuel cell maintenance communication equipment" said Ibbetson.

CON-SPACE communication equipment is also used by major airline maintenance contractors such as B.F. Goodrich Aerospace (TRAMCO), AOG Tank Tigers, Commodore Aviation, North American Aircraft Services and International Aircraft Tank Services for wing tank fuel maintenance procedures and high noise sheet metal work.

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