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by Jason Blair
Practical skills and tips for flying between 10,000 and 25,000 feet MSL.
Fourth Edition by Bob Gardner
The essentials of a complete multi-engine training program with study questions, written exam, and syllabus. Covers the aerodynamic fundamentals that govern multi-engine flight.
This is one of the most concise and well-illustrated books on flying twin-engine airplanes available. It covers all facets of multi-engine flight with these features:
Orientation to multi-engine terms, definitions, and systems
Preflight, ground operations, takeoffs, high speed flight, slow flight, stalling, and landings
Night and IFR operations
Includes a syllabus with lesson objectives, suggested lectures and exercises, as well as checkride questions that apply to any airplane.
There is a wealth of flight training information that relies on word of mouth for distribution. Some pilots are lucky enough to rub shoulders with someone who had the wisdom of experience and the desire to pass it on. David Robson's book effectively broadens the distribution by sharing his wealth of multi-engine flying know-how in a new manual for pilots and flight instructors.
Applying essential concepts to the real world of multi-engine flying, this textbook is great preparation for the multi-engine flight test. Also serves as a valuable reference after the test. Learn the details of engine out operations, including Vmc, zero sideslip and performance considerations. Also includes extensive information on multi-engine systems, and uses detailed color graphics to explain how they work. Handy features like summary checklists, key terms and review questions make studying efficient. Paperback.