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NYCO is now supplying Air France HOP's Embraers, CRJs and ATRs with its Turbonycoil 600 oil

Romain Guillot
23/05/2019 | 164 words
NYCO is announcing that Air France's regional subsidiary HOP!, has chosen the Turbonycoil 600 standard synthetic turbine oil to lubricate the engines of its entire fleet over a 10-year period.

HOP!, soon to be renamed Air France HOP, currently flies a fleet made up of 13 Embraer E-Jets (GE CF34 engines), 13 ERJ 145s (AE3007A from Rolls-Royce), 25 Bombardier CRJ 700/1000s (CF34) and 12 ATRs (PW127 from Pratt & Whitney Canada).

The French regional airline had also been using some of the French aviation lubricant specialist's hydraulic fluids and greases.

"The entire NYCO team has proven that they are open to our needs. Our technical and commercial teams were delighted with how quickly they were able provide us with what we need", said Nourihan Abou Tria, Maintenance Purchaser at HOP!.

Qualified according to demanding standards such as SAE AS 5780 Class SPC and MIL-PRF-23699 Class STD, Turbonycoil 600 is approved by all the main engine manufacturers.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia

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