multiengine


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multiengine

(ˌmʌltɪˈɛndʒɪn)
adj
(Aeronautics) (esp of an aeroplane) having more than two engines. Also called: multiengined
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Blue Radial: Best single-engine rate of climb, VYSE, for multiengine airplanes operating on one engine.
IAA is a provider of ab initio and accelerated flight training with a successful history of total immersion private pilots' courses, three-week instrument rating courses, two-week Certified Flight Instructor courses and a five-month private pilot through commercial multiengine rating course.
The winner of the regular track was the multiengine solver ME-ASP, while the winner of the marathon track was WASP.
civil registered, multiengine, turbine-powered airplane or rotorcraft having a passenger seating configuration, excluding any pilot seats of 10 or more that has been manufactured after October 11, 1991, unless it is equipped with one or more approved flight recorders that utilize a digital method of recording and storing data and a method of readily retrieving that data from the storage medium, that are capable of recording the data specified in appendix E to this part, for an airplane, or appendix F to this part, for a rotorcraft, of this part within the range, accuracy, and recording interval specified, and that are capable of retaining no less than 8 hours of aircraft operation.
Later in the 1950s, as multiengine jet aircraft began to enter commercial service, he visited air force installations where forecasts for such aircraft were already being made.
Of the ten VVS air colleges in the pilot pipeline prior to 1993, only one (the Balashov Higher Military Aviation College for Pilots, in central Russia) was meant to train pilots for big, multiengine planes.
The crash of the multiengine, propeller-driven plane caused the partial collapse of two small homes a few blocks from Tweed New Haven Airport.
His other activities include lecturing in aeronautical medicine, and he is a certified flight instructor, instruments, single, and multiengine aircraft.
An engine failure in a multiengine aircraft may not be a big deal in itself.
Development of systems of optimization of working modes multiengine interconnected electric drive with the use of feedbacks from the spectrum and vibration level will provide increasing of resource, reliability and safe operation of equipment.
Federal Aviation Administration records show that D'Auzon obtained his commercial pilot's license in October 2008 and was authorized to fly single- and multiengine planes, as well as helicopters.
The Seminole continues to gain popularity with many large multiengine training fleets, several of which are located in warm climates around the world," said Lisa Giessert, head of sales administration and customer support for Piper.

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