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Old 17th May 2018, 16:26
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Seagull201
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It feels more comfortable flying a twin at night and doing night training circuits in a twin than single.

Most instructors don't want to do NVFR training in a single because they value their life.

If someone wants to fly at night in a single, they can go ahead.

Night flying is safer when flown in a twin, or flown in any turbine/jet equipment where there's two pilots up front.

In reference to the accident, i'm referring to the TV channel news i saw yesterday.

Have to wait and see what the cause was, it's not a nice sight seeing pilots hurt.