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Unexpected Go-Arounds

The most likely scenario for a go-around is probably either a still-occupied runway or visibility which prevents continuation of an approach at or near the applicable minima. If this happens, the possibility will often - but not always - have been foreseen. These are also the sort of go-arounds which feature in every simulator session, although usually with an engine out and heightened expectation. The need to begin an unexpected go around may occur much earlier in the approach and not have been foreseen. It is these go arounds which the evidence suggests are relatively more likely to lead to problems.

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