Multi-Engine, Single Engine and Recurrent Training
We offer single engine emergency training for Twin Cessna’s (all models), Piper Navajo’s (all models), Seneca’s, Aztecs, and Beechcraft models (including Duchess and Barons). You will be trained on single engine failure after takeoff including day and night procedures. The training shows you how to save your aircraft and you from control, establishing and maintaining control, safe turns back to the airport or a place of a safe landing and the landing. As some students have told us with ‘hints’ we have given them, “I have never thought to do that.” The sim work is difficult and many people say they are drained after the training. Our job is to give you the personal satisfaction that you can handle your aircraft if either engines fail.
The class is half a day. Some students are able to work three straight hours in the motion sim with adequate breaks. The course is demanding, but you will understand the safe way to handle your twin and get back to an airport. If you are instrument rated, the course will work around your instrument training. We strongly suggest that if you are instrument rated, that you work with one of our instrument instructors to bring you instrument flying to a safe operating level so that you can fly single engine instruments in a multi engine aircraft.
• Engine loss after take off
• Aircraft Control before return to the airport
• Where to aim on the runway for landing single engine
• Where to hit the gear and flaps
• Instrument approaches (you have only one shot at landing)
• Touchdown – what is next to maintain control
• Speed control on one engine
• Speed control on rapid descent to the runway