While there are a number of aircraft designs and types that cater to a diverse set of applications, most can be grouped together in a few ways. One method of classifying aircraft is whether they feature a single engine or multiple, and prospective pilots will often operate both on their way to earning a license as they can be somewhat different from one another. In this blog, we will discuss the differences between piloting single-engine and multi-engine aircraft, allowing you to better understand what it takes to operate each type.
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