NYCO signs a major strategic agreement with Air France to develop sustainable aircraft lubricants

Romain Guillot

2021/12/09 | 366 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
NYCO signs a major strategic agreement with Air France to develop sustainable aircraft lubricants © Le Journal de l'Aviation - All rights reserved

NYCO, the French specialist in aeronautical lubricants, has signed a strategic agreement with Air France to cooperate on engine oil field service evaluation and on the development of new sustainable aircraft lubricants for the benefit of the aviation industry. With this partnership, NYCO confirms that its ambition is now focused on the potential benefits of these new innovative and sustainable technologies in collaboration with major OEMs, including aircraft and engine manufacturers.

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