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Multi-Engine Turboprop

When weighing out the advantages and disadvantages of twin-engine versus single-engine turboprop aircraft, most operators will think of safety first.

Having the redundancy of a second engine means that in the case of an emergency where one engine quits and the aircraft has enough altitude, the second engine will provide the pilot with the ability to navigate to an emergency landing location.

Aircraft with twin engines also generally have more backup components such as twin starter generators which provide additional safety in the event of failure.

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