This article needs additional citations for . verification (January 2010)
Austro Engine is an Austrian manufacturer of aircraft engines based at Wiener Neustadt in Lower Austria.
History [ edit ]
The production site and headquarters was built in 2007 with an investment of
EUR 13 Million. The company was founded by Diamond Aircraft Industries and partners. The products are reciprocating engines and Wankel engines. The Wankel aero-engines are developed from the MidWest AE series engines developed at Staverton by MidWest, a UK firm that was bought by Diamond. [ ] citation needed
Products [ edit ]
Austro Engine E4 (AE 300) [ edit ]
Reciprocating four-cylinder, four-stroke diesel aircraft engine, marketed as the AE 300. Certified through the European Aviation Safety Agency
EASA on January 28, 2009 and through the FAA on July 29, 2009. The E4 is installed on various types of Diamond Aircraft Industries aircraft. [1 ]
Wankel engine with 250 cm
3 (15 cu in) displacement, 55 hp (41 kW) a weight of 27.8 kg (61 lb). The AE50R is installed on the Schleicher ASH 30, Schleicher ASH 31 and Schiebel Camcopter S-100.
Further development of the AE50R. No certification.
Another development of the AE50R with a power output of 80 hp (60 kW), announced in January 2013.
Steyr Motors' M1 3.2 liter "Monoblock", the AE500 (6-cylinder, 280 hp) is the result of the cooperation between the two companies. It is used in the Diamond DA50. [3 ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]