Cessna Skymaster

It could be easier to fly on one engine than a conventional twin, but don't underestimate the need for good training and intensive maintenance.

For pilots transitioning to twin-engine airplanes, the Cessna Skymaster is often overlooked. Maybe that’s because the airplane is rather unconventional, with a unique design and different handling characteristics than any other twin.  And if you have experience flying a conventional twin, forget everything you know about the “dead foot, dead engine” theory when dealing with […]
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