by Aerostyle (Aerosport Ltd in US)
Breezer - Photo #1

With the engine choice contrary to many other manufacturers another path was taken: We selected a modified BMW fuel injection engine, which has its origin in the building of motorcycles. This engine of in the UL scene admitted Trike manufacturer Take off reequipped. The special characteristics of this engine generation are:

  • standard fuel injection system
  • catalyst optionally possible
  • smaller consumption
  • better launch characteristics
  • favorable mass production technology
  • no carburetor icing

The engine in aerostyle Breezer can convince also by its calm, strong run, as well as its pleasant clay/tone With a view under the Cowling immediately the clear and low-maintenance installation of the engine as well as the associated aggregates is noticeable.

Since however many ultralight aircraft prefer the Rotax 912, in 2001 a Aerostyle Breezer was equipped with a Rotax 912 S and certified. Other engine concepts are at present in the development, and/or in planning - let surprise itself!

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Empty weight:
650 lbs (295 kg)
992 lbs (450 kg)
Stall speed:
35 kts (40 mph) (65 kph)
Cruise speed:
108 kts (124 mph) (200 kph)
132 kts (152 mph) (244 kph)
1004 ft/min (5.1 m/s)
BMW - Take Off/Rotax, 80-100 hp


Breezer - Photo #2
Breezer - Photo #3