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Singapore Airlines entire fleet now using Mobil Jet Oil 387

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said all ’ aircraft will start using the Mobil Jet Oil 387, a synthetic High-Performance Capability (HPC) turbine engine oil.

Among the world’s most awarded carriers, Singapore Airlines operates one of the youngest fleets in the aviation industry.

Its fleet includes a range of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft powered by some of the most advanced and popular engine technologies, including numerous Rolls-Royce Trent and General Electric’s GE90 variants.

“Singapore Airlines’ decision to use Mobil Jet Oil 387 across its entire fleet is a powerful recognition of the many performance benefits our oil can deliver,” said Vipin Rana, global aviation lubricants sales manager at .

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“We are confident that Mobil Jet Oil 387 will be a valuable fleet-wide lubricant solution for Singapore Airlines and can be for other air carriers as well.”

Created entirely by ExxonMobil lubricant formulators, Mobil Jet Oil 387 features custom-made esters and unique additives that help deliver a combination of benefits never before achieved with an .

The fuel is said capable of delivering outstanding deposit control, oxidative stability, and seal compatibility.

These key benefits help ensure that the Mobil fuel meets the performance requirements for current and future turbine engine technologies, making it an ideal lubricant choice for carriers such as Singapore Airlines.

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