Missed approach (standard) requirement, taken from pans ops 8168 vol.2 : 2.5% Missed Approach Climb gradient single engine = 2.1% (twin engine) Question: If you go around single engine and follow the published Missed Approach (2.5% gradient), you will fly below it (2.1%)--> You could hit an obstacle! A well-rehearsed, scripted procedure now takes place on the flight deck. Scenario #2: LOC Approach without DME.

I do not normally use ATC. Here’s a quick review of where the approach is terminated and we MUST go-around: 1 – Precision Approach (ILS, LPV): Start the missed approach when you reach the decision altitude. A go-around is not an emergency, and may be necessary for a number of reasons. Go Around and Missed Approach . Other problems that make a go around required such as a problem with the aircraft . Ok, I was flying a fictional Delta Airlines A340-600 from TNCM-KMSY.
Aircraft on the runway. For some reason (such as bad crosswinds), I feel like aborting my approach. The point depicted as (TICUD) is called a Computer Navigation Fix. In this example, the climb to 1,100 ft is initiated upon reaching 895 ft and deciding to go missed. Am I missing something?

Go-around from a Circling Approach. Go-around. This would create a dangerous situation if, for example, the pilot flew the missed approach for the landing runway instead of the instrument runway. Fly the published missed approach.” The crew responds: “Metropolis Tower, AeroSavvy 101 going around.

The script is spoken out loud as the crew performs the actions. For GA the I believe the usual procedure for a go around is to fly the traffic pattern at 1000 - 1500 ft or so depending on the aircraft and airport.

ATC giving you and instruction to go around. 1.When a pilot makes an instrument approach, and reaches decision height on the final approach and the runway is not visible or RVR drops below minumum. At this point, am I allowed to "go around" or do I have to execute a missed approach procedure (if so, which one?)

I was on final approach and was told to go around. I did this and when it was time to tell the next center that I had to go missed, I was given two choices: missed approach or published missed approach. I get a bit confused over the difference and use of go around vs missed approach procedures. Because the runway on which the aircraft makes the instrument approach is not the runway to which it is circling, confusion may exist in a pilot's mind if a go-around should become necessary. However, I'm not sure when to use a go around vs missed approach. The pilot is too high. 5. unless advised otherwise by tower?
Go-arounds occur with an average rate of 1–3 per 1000 approaches. Flying the published missed.” Go-Around Procedure. 3. The approach controller vectors me on to the final, and then clears me for a visual approach. 4. There is a large variation of go-around rates among different aircraft operators and operational environments.