The FAA’s Airplane Flying Handbook, Chapter 12, Transition to Multiengine Airplanes, states, in part, the following: “. . . the most important stall recovery step in a multiengine airplane is the same as it is in all airplanes: Reduce the angle of attack [AOA]. Following a reduction in the AOA and the stall warning being eliminated, the wings should be rolled level and power added as needed.” It goes on to state that immediate full application of power in a stalled ...

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