And yet, at the same time, pretty much the same.
I'm taking Multi-Engine instruction now...
Flying a twin is like driving a Corvette...when I've been driving a station wagon.
Make no mistake, I love my Cessna 182. But compared to the Baron that I am getting my multi engine instruction is, it is a dog.
LOTS more power, which makes for MUCH greater performance. And all that power (and the fact that it is a twin) means that it can kill you in ways that a single engine plane won't.. (Which is what I am learning...not How to Fly ..I (supposedly) already know that...but how to fly a twin engine plane when one engine isn't working).
It has been a challenge.