Going Around

You're at low power and low altitude, and need to change the airplane's trajectory. What could go wrong?

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It basically doesn’t matter why you need to discard your visual landing approach and go around. It could be something as routine as another airplane or a vehicle on the runway, a poorly flown approach or configuration error, or a controller’s direction in response to something you can’t even see. But go around you shall, […]
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