|Quoting EMBTucano (Thread starter):|
|Quoting XjRaMpEr (Reply 4):|
If my plane and my passengers' safety is compromised in any fashion upon landing, there is no question that I will go around. I have done a couple of go arounds in my flying career and have not been ashamed once.
|Quoting Planesailing (Reply 5):|
I presume there are two types of go around decisions.
1) One where either the approach is completely wrong, or another factor, such as weather or aircraft problems render a go-around.
2) The approach is slightly fast, or you are not 100% lined up with the centre line etc.
If the second scenario is the case, would it not be fair to assume you ride out the landing as experience says it will be alright?
|Quoting PhilSquares (Reply 9):|
Now, there are some airlines that require the Captain to fill out all sorts of paperwork if a go around is accomplished.
|Quoting JumboForever (Reply 11):|
The project was to develop an Intranet system to allow pilots to report incidents (including go-around but not only) easily and in some case anonymously.