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Flydubai selects NYCO’s turbine engine oil - Turbonycoil 600 - for its fleet of Boeing 737

Posted 15 March 2018 · Add Comment

Flydubai recently selected NYCO’s Turbonycoil 600, a synthetic standard turbine oil, for use in its fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft.

Flydubai’s current fleet consists of 61 Boeing 737 aircraft including Boeing Next Generation 737-800 aircraft powered by CFM56-7B engines and the Boeing 737 MAX 8 powered by Leap-1B engines. flydubai has up to 296 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on order.

Approved against demanding specifications, including SAE AS 5780 SPC Class and MIL-PRF-23699 STD Class, Turbonycoil 600 has received certification for use by all major engine manufacturers. It has logged more than 30 years of experience in jet engines of military and commercial aircraft.

Also after setting up stocks of products in Paris CDG, Singapore and Atlanta (USA) with OEMServices, NYCO is now establishing a storage unit in Jebel Ali in the United Arab Emirates. The stocks offer airlines, MROs, OEMs and distributors a selection of products likely to respond to routine, critical and AOG requests, thus strengthening the responsiveness of NYCO and the availability of its products.

The storage spaces meet the standards of civil aviation and aims at strengthening NYCO logistics operations. The products in the stock are a selection of turbine oils, hydraulic fluids and greases. NYCO works with OEMServices, because of its long experience and excellent reputation in the aviation sector.

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