The Canadian company "Bombardier Recreational Products" has announced that it is suspending the supply of aircraft engines to "countries with unclear use", which took place against the background of reports that these engines are used in Turkish combat drones supplied to Azerbaijan and used in the war against Armenian forces in Nagorno Karabakh. cbc writes about this.
The Quebec-based company said last week it had reported that engines manufactured by its Austrian subsidiary Rotax were being used in Turkish Bayraktar TB2 drones.
"We have recently been informed that some Rotax engines are now being used in military drones, and we have immediately launched a thorough investigation", said Martin Langelier, BRP Senior Vice President and Spokesman.
Langelier stressed that all engines manufactured by Rotax in Austria are licensed for civilian use only.