A multiengine rating is vital to all serious pilots. But making the transition from flying a single-engine plane to safely navigating a twin is a challenge. Particularly since the addition of a second engine also adds new elements of danger. Proficiency is essential in preventing the kinds of life-threatening accidents that statistics show are all too common in multiengine flights. Written by an award-winning flight instructor, Multiengine Flying explains how to recognize the important aerodynamic differences between single-engine planes and twins, and respond accordingly. Inside, you'll find crucial information of multiengine takeoffs and landings, engine-out procedures, propeller systems, fuel systems, electrical systems, and flight training. The perfect supplement to ground school training, this information-packed reference will help you make the right - and safe - decisions in critical situations.