Going Around

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

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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