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777-300 Missed Approach/Go Around

Fri Jan 18, 2002 4:34 am

I was wondering what the decision height of the 777-300 was and what procedures are followed on a missed approach/go around. Specifically, what is the rate of ascent at the decision height. Sorry if this is worded poorly......
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RE: 777-300 Missed Approach/Go Around

Fri Jan 18, 2002 6:08 pm

The decision height of any aircraft depends on the pilot and the weather. If visibility is poor, the pilot might want to have the decision height set lower. By the decision height, the pilots must be able to see the runway if not he would initiate a go-around but pushing the TO/GA button.
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