This is the audio version of the American Bonanza Society Video Broadcast "Do Not Fear Your Engine" presented by Thomas P. Turner.
The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.absweb.org/1.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS Credit.
Engine management and mixture control are common topics of conversation among Beech pilots. Faced with a universe of data and opinions, many pilots are uncertain precisely what to. That leads to concern or even fear of their engine.
You don’t have to live in fear of your engine. If you understand the basics of engine management, and realize that engine control isn’t as critical and all-consuming as some might say, you’ll replace your fear with confidence, and be able to focus on the total picture of flying your Beechcraft.
Thomas P. Turner is an ATP and Flight Instructor with CFII and MEI ratings. A NAFI Flight Instructor Hall of Fame inductee, Tom has over 4,600 hours with 2,600 dual given, specializing in type-specific transition and recurrent training in high performance singles and light twins.
He is the 2010 National FAA Safety Team Representative of the Year and the 2008 FAA Central Region CFI of the Year, and holds a Master’s Degree in Aviation Safety. Tom directs the education and safety arm of a 9,000-member pilots’ organization and publishes the free FLYING LESSONS Weekly blog at www.mastery-flight-training.com.
Tom writes, lectures and instructs extensively from his home at THE AIR CAPITAL--Wichita, Kansas.