Is Vmc Fixed or Variable?

Conventional twins have a single published minimum control airspeed, but it varies from flight to flight and depends on banking away from the "dead" engine.

For the most part, flying a multi-engine airplane is just like flying a single. Until an engine fails. When transitioning from a single to a conventional twin, pilots spend most of their training learning to handle engine failures and to eke out what little performance remains. In conventional twins we’re likely to fly, that means […]
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