With low-operating costs, leading class power to weight ratio, well known reliability, it is no surprise that Rotax aircraft engines are the first choice of more than 220 aircraft manufacturers worldwide.

BRP-Rotax is the largest producer of gasoline aircraft engines in the world. During the last 40 years BRP-Rotax has invested in continuous design and development of Rotax aircraft engines. 

Flight duration of the fleet and total savings 


More time in the air Enjoy the longer flight range due to the fuel efficient technology and hassle-free operation of
your Rotax aircraft engine
Peace of Mind The Rotax Extened Service Terms (R.E.S.T.) offering a warranty up to 5 years or 2,000 hrs for Rotax 4-stroke aircraft engines will help you to ensure your peace of mind
Experience More than 175,000 aircraft engines sold since 1975, active fleet more of than 40,000 Rotax aircraft engines
Engine Robustness The liquid and air cooled engine technology enable emergency running functions and allow better descent rates
Ease of Use Rotax aircraft engines reduce the workload of the pilot. Less complicated starting procedures
and no leaning during flight is required
Technical Support More than 2,000 trained iRMTs (independent Rotax Maintenance Technicians) and free downloadable documentation provide technical support worldwide
Low Operating Costs Operators of Rotax aircraft engines benefit from the improved fuel efficiency and
approved usage of MOGAS and E10
Useful Load Best power to weight ratio in its class and fuel efficiency increase the useful load
Quality BRP’s facility in Gunskirchen meets Design and Production Organisation Approval standards (DOA and POA), which are valid for all types of certified and ASTM compliant non-certified Rotax aircraft engines
Worldwide Services More than 220 points of sales and service worldwide covering more than 100 countries worldwide

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Flight duration of the fleet Total Savings CO2

Flight duration of the
Rotax 4-stroke fleet
49782320 hours
Total savings CO2 of
Rotax 4-stroke fleet
compared to competitive engines
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