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Uploaded on Jun 29, 2007

An excerpt from King Schools' "Cleared For Multi-Engines" course. Click here to purchase http://tinyurl.com/8yt7fzk

It's no secret, multi-engine aircraft are fast and they're fun. With greater power, bigger size and more levers, knobs, and dials—they can deliver a thrill way beyond the pleasure of single-engine flight. But we all know twins can be dangerous if the PIC isn't properly trained and proficient.

In this course, join John and Martha as you fly through the DOs and DON'Ts of safe multi-engine operation. John takes you into the cockpit of a Duchess and gives memorable aerial demonstrations of the basics of flight—and especially single-engine flight—in light twins.

King Schools' "Cleared For Multi-Engines" covers topics including the theory of single-engine flight, normal and single-engine flying, instrument flying, cross-country flying and preparing for your checkride.

For a complete listing of all King Schools courses, please visit http://tinyurl.com/lx5cdpg

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