Transition to Multi Engine
Transition to Multi Engine; insights from a DPE's point of view.
Multi Engine Ground in a Relaxed Atmosphere: Propeller Basics, Take Off and Landing considerations, Engine Failure Scenarios, Single Engine Flight Characteristics, Minimum Controllable Airspeed Scenarios, check-ride requirements and run through.
Location of Seminar:
Twin Cities Aviation Building | Blaine Airport
8891 Airport Road
Minneapolis, MN 55449
Directions to Venue:
Upstairs classroom - Twin Cities Aviation | Anoka County Blaine Airport (KANE).
Twin Cities Aviation Building - located at the north end of airport road (next to the control tower).
35W north, West on US -10, North on County J/85th Ave NE/Airport Rd
, East on Airport Rd NE
8891 Airport Road, Blaine MN, 55449
seats at the facility,
remaining for online registration.
Seminar has passed.
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
Reference Material: FAA-H-8083-3A
A special thanks to Mike Andersen and Twin Cities Flight Training at the Anoka County Blaine Airport.
(Coffee and cookies provided)
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