Jet Fuel


Today's kerosene jet fuels have been developed from the illuminating kerosene used in the early gas turbine engines. These engines needed a fuel with good combustion characteristics and high energy content. The kerosene type fuels used in civil aviation nowadays are mainly JET A-1 and Jet A.

  • JP-8 (F34)
  • Jet A-1 (F35)
  • TS-1
  • Avgas 100LL (F18)

Ground Fuel


Conventional diesel is similar to gasoline in that it is a mixture of aliphatic hydrocarbons extracted from petroleum. Diesel may cost more or less than gasoline, but generally costs less to produce because the extraction processes used are simpler.

  • Diesel Hi (F-54)
  • Diesel Lo (F-54)
  • Gasoline (F-67

NYCO Aviation Lubricants


In total, more than 100 civil operators rely today on NYCO products, which are consisting in the 4 following brands:

  • TURBONYCOIL : lubricating oils for gas turbine engines
  • HYDRAUNYCOIL : mineral oil-based and synthetic fluids for hydraulic systems
  • NYCO GREASE : mineral and synthetic greases
  • NYCOLUBE : Instrument oils, general lubrication