Tue, Jul 01, 2003
As we reported first in April,
Bombardier Recreational Products has now formally announced the
extension of the Rotax 914 series' TBO. All the necessary approvals
have been received from the Certificate Authority Austro Control
GmbH (ACC), to increase the time between overhaul (TBO) of the
Rotax 914 series of aircraft engines.
Therefore, effective immediately, the TBO for 914 engines will
be increased from 1,000 hours TBO to 1,200 hours TBO. TBO increases
arc for all 914 series of engines in the held, subject to the
performance of applicable service bulletins.
"The extension of the TBO of the Rotax 914 series of aircraft
engines proves, together with the just recently announced increase
of the TBO of the Rotax 912 series of aircraft engines, the
continuous quality improvement of our products. The remarkably good
cooperation between Bombardier-Rotax, the authorities as well as
our authorised distributors worldwide contribute to this success,"
said Yves Leduc, Vice President Aircraft Engines and Material
Management at BombardierRotax GmbH & Co. KG. "The increase of
the TBO shows that Bombardier-Rtoax stands for innovation and
quality and demonstrates the commitment of our employees to our
customers," he added.
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