NYCO announces that Windrose Airlines, a Ukrainian airline based in Kiev, selected Turbonycoil® 600, a synthetic turbine oil, to lubricate the engines of its whole fleet. Windrose Airlines’ fleet is composed of Airbus A320 and A321 powered by CFM56 and V2500 engines as well as Embraer ERJ-145 LR powered by Rolls-Royce AE 3007 engines and ATR 72-600 powered by Pratt & Whitney 127 engines.
“Windrose was very pleased to make the switch to NYCO’s turbine oil, an oil that has been proven to stand up to the rigors of modern jet engines at a very competitive price, which is extremely important in current conditions” commented Iurii Bezliudnyi, Director at Yukoil, NYCO’s local distributor.
“We are happy to support Windrose operations with our Turbonycoil® 600 through our local partner Yukoil. This new agreement shows one more time that NYCO turbine oil is the right solution for mixed fleet airlines operating regional and narrow body aircraft. Windrose will now benefit from an oil with excellent field record on top of a sustainable cost-effective price” said Clément Fabre, Sales and Marketing Manager – Aeronautics.
Turbonycoil 600 receives the UPAF label
Turbonycoil® 600 has obtained the UPAF label “As Used by French Armed Forces” issued by the Ministry of the Armed Forces on November 29, 2019.
The French Armed Forces have been using Turbonycoil® 600, for over thirty years, to lubricate the engines of their various platforms such as the Rafale, C-130, Tigre, NH90 amongst others. This label certifies that the product meets the criteria defined for its attribution and is valid for a period of 5 years from the date of issue. Thanks to its expertise, NYCO supplies more than 20 of its products to the French Armed Forces including greases, hydraulic fluids, turbine oils and other specialty products.
Approved against the most 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 and boasts 30 years of experience in jet engines of military and commercial aircraft.