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A twin engine airplane is an airplane which has two engines for the purposes of redundancy and/or performance. Twin engine aircraft are considerably more complex to fly than single engine aircraft, and so the FAA requires a special multi-engine endorsement in order to operate them.
A plane with floats is a "floatplane" or a "seaplane." A plane with skis is a "skiplane." Check it out: you need a special license to fly a seaplane! If you have a single-engine Piper and land it at airports, the minimum license is ASEL--airplane, single engine, land. You could also fly it with an AMEL--airplane, multiengine, land. But to fly a seaplane you need an ASES or AMES--airplane, single engine, sea or airplane, multiengine, sea.
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Amelia Earhart flu across the Atlantic ocean in her red single engine lockheed vega airplane
If you are talking about Orville and Wilber Wright's flight at Kitty Hawk, then the answer is "Yes." The airplane was named "The Flyer." It had a single engine powering two propellers.
Red Single Engine Lock-head Vega Airplane
Rudder and ailerons, just like you turn a single.
Yes. Statistically speaking it is the safest mode of common travel.
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Single engine airplane designed specifically for Lindbergh to fly from New York to Paris. It is a Ryan NYP, called Spirit of St. Louis.
One single person can build an airplane or you can have a group of companies with their workers make individual components to make a single airplane.