Something We Don’t Talk About Enough

Having multiple engines is no guarantee they all won't fail, and there may not be a checklist or approved procedure detailing what to do next.

Inflight failure of all engines in a multi-engine airplane is an emergency procedure we don’t talk much about. There’s a reason for that, of course: Not only is such an event considered a remote possibility, one of the underlying reasons to have more than one engine is to hedge against one of them failing. Yet, […]
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