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  • Founding of the Rotax Werk AG in Dresden Germany
  • Relocated to Gunskirchen (Wels), Austria
  • Bombardier acquires Rotax-Werk AG
  • Certification of the first Rotax Aircraft Engine 642
  • Development of certified Aircraft Engines types:
    Rotax 501 and Rotax 505
  • New era begins with the development of the Rotax 912 UL (80 Hp) engine
  • Launch of the Rotax 912 (80 HP) series


    Type certification of Rotax 912 A
  • Development of a more powerful turbo charged Rotax 914 engine begins based on the Rotax 912 engine
  • Launch of the Rotax 914 (115 hp) series


    Type certification of Rotax 914 F
  • Launch of the Rotax 912 (100 HP) series


    Type certification of Rotax 912 S
  • Bombardier Inc. sells its recreational division. A new company is born under the name BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products Inc)


    Design Organisation Approval by EASA
  • Rotax 912/914 engine series are compliant with ASTM Light Sport Aircraft Norms


    Production Organisation Approval by EASA
  • The time between Overhauls (TBO) of 2 000 hrs achieved for the 912/914 engine series
  • Introduction of the Rotax 912 iS aircraft engine
  • BRP Inc. is a public company
  • Launch of Rotax 912 iS Sport aircraft engine


    Production of the 50,000th unit of Rotax 912/914 aircraft engine series
  • Introduction of the Rotax 915 iS aircraft engine
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