What’s Missed Approach?

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What’s “Missed Approach”?

Missed Approach — is a maneuver conducted by a pilot when an instrument approach cannot be completed to a landing.

For IFR pilot, even they decide to execute a missed approach prior to the Missed Approach Point (MAP), they must continue along the final approach to the MAP. In other words, missed approach should execute at Missed Approach Point (MAP) – the pilot may climb immediately to the altitude specified in the missed approach procedure.

Notes: at locations where ATC radar service is provided the pilot should conform to radar vectors, when provided by ATC, in lieu of the published missed approach procedure.


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