When You Miss

A for-real missed approach is rare and can be a surprise, which is why we need to have a clear idea of how to manage things when going around in IMC.

In an ideal world, upon reaching our decision altitude/height (DA or DH) or missed approach point (MAP), there would always be beautiful visibility and a clear runway. As we all know, life throws curveballs. A classic curveball in instrument flying can be a missed approach. Preparation is worth an ounce of cure, and these tips […]
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