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2017
18. Apr. 2017

Austro Engine Aero engine oil produced by Liqui Moly certified

 

Austro Engine, Diamond Aircraft Austria and Liqui Moly – three established state-of-the-art companies have one goal in common: making innovative products not only safer but also significantly increase their lifespan.

After announcing, the joint development of a special engine oil at AERO Friedrichshafen 2016 and more than one year of intensive testing the “AUSTRO ENGINE AERO 5W-40 produced by LIQUI MOLY” has received EASA approval and is the manufacturer recommended engine oil for Austro Engine’s AE300 and AE330 series. Austro Engine will use the “AUSTRO ENGINE AERO 5W-40 produced by LIQUI MOLY” for the initial filling of all new and overhauled engines of the AE300 and AE330 series. Diamond Aircraft’s DA40, DA42 and the new DA62 models are powered by these engines.

The high performance AERO product line of Liqui Moly has emerged from a dedicated joint development program focusing on substantially increased lifetime for Austro Engine’s heavy fuel aviation engine series by reducing abrasion and friction through enhanced lubrication and higher engine cleanliness.

The new “AUSTRO ENGINE AERO 5W-40 produced by LIQUI MOLY” oil will be distributed worldwide by MM aeronautical & automotive affairs GmbH/Austria.

About Liqui Moly:
www.liqui-moly-aero.com, www.liqui-moly.de

Contact for orders:
MM aeronautical & automotive affairs GmbH
Limbergweg 21, 5700 Zell am See, Austria
Phone: +43 6542 55394
Fax: +43 6542 55394-11
Email: office@liqui-moly-aero.com

13. Apr. 2017

Austro Engine AE330 receives EASA certificate for 1,800 hour TBO

Austro Engine is proud to announce that the 180hp AE330’s TBO (Time between Overhaul) has been increased to 1,800 hours just after two years of its introduction to the market.

Jürgen Heinrich, Managing Director of Austro Engine and Diamond Aircraft Austria: “Austro Engine products have proven their outstanding capabilities in versatile operation profiles all over the globe, generating countless stories of success for our partners. On a retrospective view, we are certainly proud of having set entirely new standards in engine reliability, quality and operational efficiency for our customers, whose appreciated involvement in continuous product and service improvements have been vital and the key to success. Being energized by achievements, we are striving to further enhance operator’s experiences.”

The 180hp jetfuel engine AE330 is based on the successful and reliable 170 PS AE300. It provides more power than the AE300 at the same weight. Great fuel efficiency, reliability and easy operation make the AE330/AE300 the best aviation engines of today and the future.

At equal power the Austro’s jetfuel engines have a 45 % lower fuel burn than conventional piston aircraft engines running on AvGas. They produce significantly less exhaust emissions and are exceptionally silent. Especially flight schools, whose aircraft are operated on an above average level and are often located near resident areas, benefit from these qualities.

Very popular with pilots is the easy engine management by an electronic controlled system (ECU) with integrated single power lever design, as this allows them to focus on the actual flying. Given that the AE300/AE330 are multi-fuel certified, easy worldwide operability is not a problem unlike Avgas engines, because in certain regions of the world Avgas is hard to get and often at multiple the price of jet fuel.

More than 1,500 Austro jetfuel piston engines are in operation worldwide having produced more than one million flight hours.
 

2016
21. Dec. 2016

1 Million Flight Hours

Austro Engine, a company of the Diamond Aircraft Group, is celebrating 1 million flight hours of the AE300 jet-fuel aviation engine. Since the start of serial production in 2008, more than 1,500 engines have been delivered into operation.

Jürgen Heinrich, CEO Austro Engine and Managing Director Diamond Aircraft Austria: “Reaching the 1 Million flight hours mark provides factual evidence to countless success stories of our partners, when the AE300 series has proven its outstanding capabilities in versatile operation profiles all over the globe. On a retrospective view, we are certainly proud of having set entirely new standards in engine reliability, quality and operational efficiency for our customers, whose appreciated involvement in continuous product and service improvement has been key to success. Being additionally energized by achieving this milestone, we are striving to further enhance operator’s experience.”

With the 170 hp AE300, Austro Engine has launched the leading Jet A1 piston engine in General Aviation. The power plant stands out in reliability, endurance, the highest performance and efficiency compared to other products in this field. 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. Especially flight schools, whose aircraft are operated on an above average level and are often located near resident areas, benefit from these qualities.

Very popular with pilots is the easy engine management by an electronic controlled system (ECU) with integrated single power lever design, as this allows them to focus on the actual flying. Given that the AE300 is multi-fuel certified, easy worldwide operability is not a problem unlike Avgas engines, because in certain regions of the world Avgas is hard to get and often at multiple the price of jet fuel.

20. Apr. 2016

Austro Engine and Liqui Moly teamed up for the future

Austro Engine and Liqui Moli jointly developed a special engine oil, which meets, and fulfills the high requirements of the Austro Engine  AE300 and AE330 jet fuel engine series.

In future Austro Engine will use the LIQUI MOLY AUSTRO ENGINE AERO 5-W40 oil for the initial filling of all new and overhauled engines of the AE300 and AE330 series. Diamond Aircraft’s DA40 NG, DA42-VI and the new DA62 are powered by these powerplants.

In aviation too, every combustion engine is subject to abrasion. Both companies have been focusing on minimizing this abrasion to increase the safety and lifetime. The AERO product line of LIQUI MOLY is specifically developed for General Aviation. Attention to minimum abrasion and friction, optimized lubrication and higher engine cleanliness were the highest priorities for the development of the high performance oil.

The new AUSTRO ENGINE AERO Oil will be distributed worldwide by Austro Engine and MM aeronautical & automotive affairs GmbH/Austria.

04. Mar. 2016

Eight Diamond Aircraft planes for Australian International Aviation College

Australian International Aviation College (AIAC) has introduced eight new additions to their existing Diamond Aircraft fleet of DA20 C1 and DA40 CS aircraft. With the introduction of two twin engine DA42-VI and six single engine DA40 NG, both Austro Engine jet-fuel piston engine-powered, AIAC is now utilizing Diamond Aircraft exclusively in their training fleet.

After careful consideration in renewing their training fleet, looking at aircraft produced by numerous other manufacturers, AIAC considered Diamond Aircraft to be the best choice for their operation. The planes comply with all requirements of the flight school: current technology design and manufacturing materials, a maintenance system developed for commercial operations and high utilization, an aircraft family that offers the possibility of integrated training from ab-initio through to commercial pilot and advanced multi-engine as well as instrument rating, durability for intensive flight training operations, current technology cockpit systems, a fuel-saving power plant, ergonomics, and safety.

Kevin J. McMurtrie, Chief Pilot and Chief Flying Instructor, Australian International Aviation College: “We are really impressed with our new Jet-A1 powered DA42-VI’s and DA40 NG’s. They are providing us with excellent reliability and are an excellent platform for our training. We expect fuel consumption reductions over our AvGas powered fleet of 32% for our single-engine aircraft and 55% for the multi-engine fleet. Well done to you guys for producing such great products.”

Amila Karagic, Sales Director Civil Aircraft Sales at Diamond Aircraft Industries (Austria) added: “We are happy to see that the AIAC Diamond fleet is growing and that they decided to expand their fleet with the Jet-A1 DA40 NG and DA42-VI. AIAC will have huge advantages due of the economical consumption of the engines and the latest developments of the airframes.”

“Hawker Pacific is proud to be part of the growth of the Australian International Aviation College (AIAC) in Port Macquarie. We are delighted with their recent purchase of a fleet of six new Diamond DA40 NG and two new Diamond DA42-VI aircraft. We have been working with AIAC since 2012 and look forward to continuing our strong association with the team at AIAC on future projects” said Nick Jones, Vice President Aircraft Sales Group, Hawker Pacific.

Diamond Aircraft offers flight training organizations a full range of modern, safe, efficient and reliable single and twin engine aircraft, along with high fidelity Diamond Simulation flight training devices, and corresponding maintenance and pilot training.

About Australian International Aviation College:
www.aiacollege.com.au

About Hawker Pacific Pty Ltd:
www.hawkerpacific.com

2015
02. Dec. 2015

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Selects Diamond Aircraft DA42 Fleet

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has selected the Austro Engine jet-fuel piston engine-powered Diamond Aircraft DA42-VI to provide multiengine training at its Daytona Beach, Fla. campus.

Delivery of the fleet of 10 aircraft will start April 2016 with all aircraft scheduled to be in place prior to the start of the fall 2016 semester. Compared to conventional powered twins, the fleet of 10 aircraft is expected to generate more than $3 million in fuel savings alone, over the next eight years.

The DA42-VI is the newest version of Diamond’s technology leading light piston twin, the first certified general aviation piston aircraft to combine modern technology airframe, avionics and powerplants.  Nearly 1,000 DA42’s have been delivered since its introduction 10 years ago, outselling all other certified piston
twins combined. 

The all-carbon composite DA42’s are equipped with efficient, clean and reliable turbo-diesel Austro engines, Garmin G1000 with 3-axis Automatic Flight Control System and optional electrically driven air conditioning.
“We are proud of our long standing relationship with Embry-Riddle and commend them on their vision regarding new technologies,” said Peter Maurer, President and CEO of Diamond Aircraft Industries Inc. (Canada).  “These aircraft are expected to be in operation at Embry-Riddle through 2024 and as such it was of particular importance for the university to consider the advanced technology offered by Diamond.  The sophistication and advanced technology of the DA42 commands a higher retail price than conventional flight training twins; however, it is the total cost of ownership, especially the incredible fuel cost savings, which is the deciding factor.  We are particularly proud of the exemplary safety record that the DA42 has accumulated in North America.”

Embry-Riddle has the largest suite of DA-42 of any flight-training institute of higher education in the United States and Canada. The University’s Daytona Beach Campus had the benefit of being able to scrutinize the operational experience of the fleet of DA42’s operating at its other residential campus that offers flight training in Prescott, Arizona, where the average fuel burn of only 10.4 gph of jet fuel and superior high density altitude performance have made them the favorite. The Prescott Campus continues utilizing its existing four DA42’s as part of its training fleet.
“Our strong relationship with Diamond within both of our flight programs at our Daytona Beach and Prescott campuses, combined with the advanced technology, a shared commitment to being environmentally responsible and the simple fact that our students love flying these aircraft, makes this an exciting step forward for our university,” said Ken Byrnes, Chair of the Flight Department at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus. “The completely modernized aerodynamics, airframe, jet fuel piston engines and glass cockpit appeal to the students, while the low-noise signature and eco-friendly design and functionality are important not only to the university, but our local community.”

23. Nov. 2015

AE440 taking off

AUSTRO ENGINE is proud to announce the maiden flight of the HIPE AE 440 High compression engine (HCE) successfully performed by Airbus Helicopters on November 6th 2015 in Marignane. The AE440 has evolved from a joint development endeavor as part of the European Union’s Clean Sky Program in the category Green Rotor Craft led by AIRBUS Helicopters and its partners TEOS Powertrain Engineering and AUSTRO ENGINE.

Jürgen Heinrich, CEO Austro Engine: “Airbus Helicopters’ maiden flight of the AE 440 marks a significant milestone for the aviation industry as introducing the advantageous heavy fuel engine technology to the domain of helicopters for the first time. Once on the market, the heavy fuel technology’s substantial advantages related to fuel economics paired with the excellent product features of Airbus Helicopters are to set entirely new market standards providing the rotary wing industry with an unrivalled experience of operational efficiency.”

As leading manufacturer of Jet A1 piston engines, Austro Engine has already brought more than 1.200 heavy fuel engines on the market and accumulated around 650,000 flight hours in General Aviation since 2008, emphasizing the power plant’s reliability and endurance.
At equal power the engine has a 45 % lower fuel burn than conventional piston aircraft engines running on AvGas, significantly increasing operational endurance. Moreover, fuel saving and technology results in substantially less exhaust and noise emissions.

17. Apr. 2015

Austro Engine receives EASA certificate for 1,800 hour TBO

After having produced the 1,000th AE300 engine in December 2014, Austro Engine is now proud to announce that the AE300’s TBO (Time between Overhaul) has been increased to 1,800 hours.

Jürgen Heinrich, Austro Engine CEO: “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. 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.”

The 170hp AE300 is Austro Engine’s leading Jet A1 piston engine in General Aviation. More than 500,000 flight hours have proven the power plant’s reliability and endurance, the highest performance and efficiency compared to other products in this field.

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.

Christian Dries, CEO Diamond Aircraft: “If you fly in real bad weather conditions somewhere over the mountains it is good to know to have two engines on your plane you can rely on.”

16. Apr. 2015

New Austro Engine Service Partner in the United Kingdom

Austro Engine is pleased to announce a new Service Partner in the United Kingdom. Apollo Aviation Advisory Ltd. in Shoreham by Sea is supporting all Austro Engine products in the United Kingdom since February 2015. petervilla@apollo-aviation.co.uk

More Partners you will find under: http://austroengine.at/en/service/service-partners

16. Apr. 2015

New Austro Engine Service Partner in the United Kingdom

Austro Engine is pleased to announce a new Service Partner in the United Kingdom. Diamond Executive Aviation Ltd. in Retford is supporting Austro Engine products in the United Kingdom since February 2015. rick@dea.aero

More Partners you will find under: http://austroengine.at/en/service/service-partners
 

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