An engine failure in a multiengine aircraft may not be a big deal in itself.
What does ME stand for?
ME stands for Multiengine
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We have 50 other meanings of ME in our Acronym Attic
- Moniteur-Educateur (French: Teacher for Children with Difficulties)
- Month Ending
- Montreal Exchange
- Moral Education (school subject)
- Morristown and Erie Railway Incorporated
- Motion Estimation (part of temporal redundancy coding technique used in digital television)
- Motion Executor
- Mount Everest
- Multi Equipos (Guatemala)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Federal Aviation Administration records show that D'Auzon obtained his commercial pilot's license in October 2008 and was authorized to fly single- and multiengine planes, as well as helicopters.
The Seminole continues to gain popularity with many large multiengine training fleets, several of which are located in warm climates around the world," said Lisa Giessert, head of sales administration and customer support for Piper.
Squadrons VT-7 Eagles VT-9 Tigers VT-21 Redhawks VT-22 Golden Eagles T-44A Pegasus and the TC-12 Huron The T-44A and the TC-12 are used to train Navy and Air Force pilots to fly multiengine, turbo-prop aircraft such as the P-3 and the C-130.
After completing multiengine flight training in November 1946, Allen was assigned to Strategic Air Command's (SAC's) 7th Bombardment Group at Carswell AFB, Texas, where he flew B-29s and B-36s and served in various positions related to nuclear weaponry.
For more info on testing antifreeze, eyeball TB 750-651, Use of Antifreeze MultiEngine Type Cleaning Compounds and Test Kit in Engine Cooling Systems.
These Omani trainees now possess an approved commercial pilot licence Eoe1/4" multiengine and instrument rating category as their initial qualification.
He is an aerospace engineer, attorney and licensed pilot with commercial, multiengine and instrument ratings.