A Closer Look At Engine Failure In A Cessna - ClayViation
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One of the most common fears that people have about flying is the engine quitting. It's a reasonable concern. After all, when a car's engine quits, you stop driving, so it would make sense that when an airplane's engine quits, you stop flying. While there is no pilot who embraces and looks forward to the thought of engine failure, the airplane will still fly without an engine.
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