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  • Hot News from The FSweekend-XX

    Published: Thursday, September 14, 2006
    7 weeks to go and...
    The Fsweekend is Booming again now al ready more the 100 international exhibitors.
    More then 350 international participants give demonstrations and can answer all your Flightsim questions.
    Microsoft will introduce Flightsimulator and will have a stand with 10 fast FS-X computers.
    A lot of international cockpitbuilders will show there home build hardware.
    IVAO and Vatsim will demonstrate Internet (network) flying.
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    And a lot of commercial exhibitors will be here again.
    Of course a lot of information and demonstrations with FS-X.
    Look for all info FsWeekend
    Participation list Deelnemers
    Will you participate with your Flightsimclub / organization or as a commercial exhibitor
    contact: Deelnemers aanmelden
  • BRP celebrates its 6 millionth ROTAX engine

    Published: Tuesday, September 5, 2006
    Gunskirchen, Austria, - Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. (BRP) celebrated its six millionth Rotax engine to leave the assembly line. This 4-stroke 1500cc marine engine started a new era in the personal watercraft (PWC) market, when it was originally launched in 2001. It reflects BRP's constant strive for innovation and its ability to revolutionize over and over again the powersports industry with its products.

    "Innovation, flexibility, vision and our highly qualified employees have made our success possible and brought us forward ever since Rotax started in 1920," says Yves Leduc, vice president and general manager of BRP-Rotax. "These strengths also lead us to be a world-class company constantly doing the utmost to improve and grow. We are proud of our engines. They are renowned for their quality, reliability and incredible power-to-weight ratio," he concluded.

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