Flight Simulator Training – Part 3

Engine Failure

Learning to fly a multi-engine aircraft is one of the most exciting aspects of flying I have done. The first multi-engine aircraft I flew was a Piper Seneca in the early ’80s. I obtained my commercial ‘multi’ in a Piper Apache and my multi-engine instructor rating and ATP in a Beechcraft B55 Baron. I have flown a variety of multi-engine aircraft over the years as an instructor and pilot.


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