|Quoting longhauler (Reply 1):|
For example, say you are landing on runway 09. You appear to be catching the traffic ahead, and ATC gives an amended missed approach clearance (should it be necessary) of turning to heading 360 (90 degrees to the left) and climbing to 3000'AGL.
When would you start that turn? At 400', at 1500' or at minimum sector altitude? Technically, it is MSA, as ATC is not responsible for terrain clearance? What if you turned at 400', then lost at engine, and climbed at 200 fpm to a min clean speed
|Quoting CosmicCruiser (Reply 2):|
In the scenario you just gave you would turn at the time the tower says "XYZ go around" ; if you miss due to weather it would be at the DH/DA; if you miss for any other reason while making the app you can climb at the moment you realize you "ain't" going to land. For us at least, the clean up on a miss is flaps up after go around thrust but further clean up and accel is just as a t/o.
|Quoting smartt1982 (Thread starter):|
Where do you accelerate on a missed approach unless there is specific instruction when to do so/emergency turn?
|Quoting KELPkid (Reply 7):|
I thought you accellerated the moment you go missed? Every aircraft I've ever flown requires that power be added to clean up from an approach/landing config to get the plane back into climb config and climbing again...and as a natural consequence of cleaning the bird up, you do go faster.
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