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Austro Engine AE300 Receives EASA Certificate For 1,800 Hour TBO

Powerplant Has Accumulated More Than 500,000 Flight Hours

EASA has certified a Time Between Overhaul (TBO) increase for Austro Engine's AE300 engine to 1,800 hours. The 170hp AE300 is Austro Engine’s leading Jet A1 piston engine in General Aviation. More than 500,000 flight hours have proven the powerplant’s reliability and endurance, the highest performance and efficiency compared to other products in this field.

“Having reached a TBO of 1,800 hours sets entirely new market standards in terms of operational efficiency and directly reflects the high reliability of the engine," said Jürgen Heinrich, Austro Engine CEO. "This milestone may be inferred to long-term meticulous efforts of Austro Engine’s engineering as well as the passionate work of the entire fleet support structure and lead customers.”

At equal power the engine has a 45% lower fuel burn than conventional piston aircraft engines running on AvGas. It produces significantly less exhaust emissions and is exceptionally silent. Mean time between failure exceeds by far the standard of general aviation piston engines.

FMI: http://austroengine.at

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