Ro­tax regis­tra­tion sys­tem

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Aus­tria-based Brp-ro­tax has in­tro­duced new easy-to-use en­gine regis­tra­tion sys­tem, which of­fers own­ers a num­ber of ad­van­tages, not least some pro­tec­tion against the re­cent spate of thefts of Ro­tax pow­er­plants. As a first step, the cus­tomer en­ters all re­quired regis­tra­tion data us­ing the on­line regis­tra­tion form on the fly­ro­tax. com web­site and re­ceives a con­fir­ma­tion link via email. Data en­tered must then be val­i­dated and needs to be con­firmed by the cus­tomer within 48 hours for regis­tra­tion to be val­i­dated by Brp-ro­tax.

“This new pa­per­less en­gine regis­tra­tion process of­fers var­i­ous ad­van­tages for Ro­tax air­craft en­gine own­ers,” the com­pany says. “First of all, it is very im­por­tant for Brp-ro­tax to get to know their cus­tomers and their en­gines in op­er­a­tion [al­low­ing us] to op­ti­mize the dis­tri­bu­tion and ser­vice net­work ac­cord­ing to cus­tomers’ needs. Cus­tomers who agree to be con­tacted by Brp-ro­tax di­rectly en­joy the ad­van­tage of re­ceiv­ing newslet­ters [and] also rel­e­vant no­ti­fi­ca­tions on en­gines, like new tech­ni­cal doc­u­men­ta­tion, reg­is­tered by the cus­tomer will be avail­able. An­other ad­van­tage is that in case of a re­ported en­gine theft a re-regis­tra­tion of this en­gine is im­pos­si­ble.”

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