Yeah that ^User997 said:For both my initial multi, and MEI, I was a big fan of Paul Craig's "Multiengine Flying" from the Practical Flying Series. The book I have in my library is the 2nd Edition, but in 2003 they released a 3rd Edition:
Defintely a good read, easy to understand, and a good reference manual to keep on the bookshelf for the future!
Also, you can never go wrong with the $10 ASA's "Multi-Engine Oral Exam Guide." There is rarely questions asked on a check ride that's not in that book! It's an easy to read Q & A style format, and good for having other people quiz you to make sure you really know your stuff!
The only difference I see is that one has an "n", and one does not...and that depends on what your definition of "n", is.moxiepilot said:Havig an instructor help you learn Vmc factors is much different than having an instructor help you understand Vmc factors.