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All in a days work for these pilots, as they chose to abort the landing procedure before touching down, and to "go around" and try again - which they all did without problem on second attempt. The first two happened on days with quite strong crosswinds, the third on a rainy day with some gusts. These are all scheduled passenger flights, and the planes are: KLM 737-700, Ryanair 737-800 and Monarch A321. The missed approach ("aborted landing" if touchdown has occurred) doesn't happen very often but is a well-practised and safe process, including climbing back into airspace which is kept clear for just this possibility.
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The missed approach point on an instrument approach can be identified in a number of ways, depending on the type of approach and different navigational aids used. We'll look at missed approach points on an ILS, as well as two different kinds of VOR approaches. Ready for IFR Ground School? Join us at 🤍
The latest storm to hit the UK and Ireland. Deirdre, arrived on the morning of the 15th and is set to last well into the 16th. For the most part bringing freezing rain, temperatures very close to 0 and very gusty winds. I was positioned on the T3 Car Park this morning to capture some of the action in the Storm and I was not disappointed, winds were out of the south east, a direct crosswind for MAN & gusting over 30 knots, making for some bumpy approaches. Some great piloting in this video! Two go arounds in this video, definitely two of my best this year. The first was TAP A320 CS-TNH from Lisbon, the aircraft rolled side to side over the runway, touching down twice before the pilots applied TOGA and climbed away, encountering more harsh gusts as they did. The next aircraft to make an approach, Austrian A321 OE-LBB from Vienna, got as far as 50 feet over the runway before the pilots opted to abort due to being unstable, both aircraft made it down safely second time around Hope you enjoy this Storm Comp, a full compilation from today will be out shortly! Thanks for watching! Subscribe Here: 🤍 Like the Facebook Page: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Join the Facebook Group: 🤍 Your continued support is what helps me provide you with quality content! © AviationUpclose 2018
#Pilot #Blog #Goaround #Boeing My Go-around in Antalya Airport. Do you know why did it happen? Well the answer is in the video! 🔥 Support Pilot Blog on Patreon! 🤍 My name is Denys, and I am Boeing 737 Captain. Before I used to fly ATR 42/72. I am making the videos on this Pilot Blog channel to encourage people all around the world to join our aviation community. Here you'll see interesting aviation videos from pilot's perspective. Enjoy:) ✈ By the way follow me on Instagram I have up to date uploads there. 🤍 ✈ Pilot Blog Telegram Channel: 🤍 ✈ Pilot Blog Discord community: 🤍 ✈ SUBSCRIBE!!! 🤍 Time codes: 00:00 Let's Go! 00:09 What caused the missed approach? 01:40 The first approach 03:00 Flight instruments indications 04:35 On final 05:29 The Go-around 05:58 What is happening to the airplane? 07:56 Initial climb 09:38 Missed approach chart 10:16 After the Go-around 11:50 Explanation 14:07 The next approach 17:27 In Antalya
Welcome back to the FLUCTUS channel for a discussion about the dangers of landing and taking off from Aircraft Carriers. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
Date: 9th June 2019 Location: Paro Int'l Airport, Bhutan (PBH) - As if the pilots don't already have enough on their plate, the strong winds blowing at the Airport made things even worse. Hats off to the pilots who landed the aircraft safely and did go-arounds when in the slightest doubt! The flights in this video are Bhutan Airlines flight B-3718 from Mumbai (BOM) to Paro (PBH) and Druk Air flight KB-203 from New Delhi (DEL) to Paro (PBH). Both flights were operated by Airbus A319, which is capable of STOL (Steep takeoff and landing), which is required to get in & climb out of the valley! #GoAround #Paro #Aviation
- THIS IS THE ORIGINAL VIDEO - ! Re-uploading our footage is forbidden will be reported to YouTube immediately! In this video you can see Singapore Airlines B777-312ER 9V-SWQ drifting off Runway 08R at Munich Airport as it landed. We didn't realize what happend as we saw the aircraft drifting off the runway In the end we were all happy that nobody was injured and that nothing worse happened - Follow us on twitter to stay tuned about upcoming videos and information! 🤍
Where is the missed approach point on an ILS approach? What about on a localizer approach? Or a GPS approach? What does the Visual Descent Point have to do with this? Like most things in aviation, it depends! Complete your IFR training with instrument ground school at 🤍
JustPlanes on the Flightdeck of the GOL Airlines Boeing 737 for a flight from Sao Paulo to Chapeco. In command Captain Rod Arana, a very experienced pilot shows you how to play it safe... if the approach isn't fully stable you go-around without hesitation as he does. The complete Cockpit Film is nearly 5 hours long and follows Captain Rodrigo and First Officer Paula on 8 flights around Brazil. A very informative and entertaining program now available in our Download Store in both HD and DVD Downloads and/or Streaming! FILM INFO 🤍 VIDEO TRAILER 🤍 FOLLOW US WEBSITE 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 #goaround #missedapproach #wind
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Mastering how to go missed is just as important as mastering an approach. Those days when you “almost had it in sight” are challenging and this video demonstrates the steps of safely and successfully completing a Missed Approach when that airport is not in sight. CHAPTERS 00:00 Intro 00:50 Live Event 01:20 Story Time Aircraft Carrier Landing 02:00 Always Planning For The Go Around 03:00 Going Around Clip 03:30 When To Go Around or Go Missed Ready to start your aviation journey? Take a Two Week Free Trial 🤍 Find us on the web and social media! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #mzeroa #mzeroanation #saferpilotchallenge
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Courtesy Video Navy Media Content Services U.S. Navy Photo Courtesy Lockheed Martin Photo by Andrew McMurtrie/Released The F-35 Lightning II Program is conducting its second developmental test (DT-II) at sea. While aboard USS Eisenhower (CVN-69) from October 2-15, the Pax River Integrated Test Force (ITF) will test F-35C carrier suitability and integration in the at-sea environment. The test team will achieve this objective through a series of test events designed to gradually expand the aircraft operating envelope at sea. Shipboard testing delivers the opportunity to conduct routine F-35C operations while embarked on an aircraft carrier. The F-35C will perform a variety of operational maneuvers during DT-II — including catapult takeoffs and arrested landings — while simulating maintenance operations and conducting general maintenance and fit tests for the aircraft and support equipment. Following the analysis of DT-II test data, the team will conduct a thorough assessment of the F-35C’s performance in the shipboard environment before advising the Navy on any adjustments necessary to ensure that the fifth-generation fighter is ready to meet its scheduled IOC in 2018. Click to subscribe! 🤍 The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. #AIRBOYD #AvGeek #F35 #JSF
JustPlanes in the Cockpit of the Aeromexico Boeing 737MAX (XA-MAK) operating flight AM902 from Mexico City to Monterrey. During the final approach you will see that at the time of the "minimums" call the pilots cannot see the runway and have to proceed with a Go-Around. During the Missed Approach they prepare to shoot another approach and this time they're in luck and see the runway lights just before the "minimums" call and are able to land. This flight is part of our new Aeromexico 737MAX Cockpit Film with a running time over 260 minutes also including a great roundtrip flight from Mexico City to Bogota, Colombia. FILM INFO 🤍 OTHER AEROMEXICO FILMS 737 🤍 767 🤍 777 🤍 788 🤍 789 🤍 FOLLOW US WEBSITE 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍
FLIGHT REPORT: 🤍 GE90 Startup Compilation: 🤍 Initial approach to 22L and then to 13L. We were forced to go around due to runway incursion. My first go around experience! Notice that the landing announcement was so late before touchdown! Well, this is why you don't say them so late! Amazing roar sound from the engines! And also really nice thrust reduction from those GE90s! Origin: Moscow Sheremetyevo Destination: New York JFK Aircraft: 77W Airline: Aeroflot Seat: 11A Engines: General Electric 90 Delay: 1 hour, due to a person disembarking the aircraft, but arrived on time For re-uploading in compilations just ask in the comments or YT message.
What is ‘go-around’ and what are the factors that trigger it? Let's find out together what actions are needed after the ‘go-around’. 0:00 Intro 0:21 factors of go-around 0:54 missed approach 2:07 The difference between go-around and missed approach 2:56 fuel requirements 3:16 conclusion #atc Created by Jackman & H. Aiden Written by K. Meryl For business inquiries, please email us. atcforyou2020🤍gmail.com We do not reply to personal inquiries
When the runway you want to land on doesn't have a usable approach you may need to do a circle to land. Circling approaches are some of the most difficult tasks you can do as an instrument pilot, so it's important to learn the basics of setting them up, what kind of protections you get from obstacles, and how to go missed from a circling approach, especially if you're already past the missed approach point! Complete your IFR training! Visit 🤍 If you're enjoying this content please consider subscribing, your support helps us produce this great material twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays! 🤍
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Landing on an aircraft carrier is challenging by itself, but what happens when it turns into an emergency landing? This is not Top Gun Maveric. This is #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT Music: Poison Lips - Easton Shame - Carvings Footage: US Department of Defense National Archives Catalog Note: "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement."
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THIS VIDEO IS A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATION IN FLIGHT: 30-NOV-2022. A Cargolux Airlines International Boeing 747-8R7F (B748), registration LX-VCM, performing flight CLX93V / CV6713 from Luxembourg International Airport (Luxembourg) to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, TX (USA) being on final approach contacted Tower controller and received landing clearance but didn’t confirm it. The crew subsequently went around and said that they hadn’t got landing clearance. Join me on Patreon: 🤍 #realatc #aviation #airtrafficcontrol _ Timestamps: 00:00 Description of situation 00:17 Approach 00:37 Go around 01:29 Go to Departure _ THE VALUE OF THIS VIDEO: THE MAIN VALUE IS EDUCATION. This reconstruction will be useful for actual or future air traffic controllers and pilots, people who plan to connect life with aviation, who like aviation. With help of this video reconstruction you’ll learn how to use radiotelephony rules, Aviation English language and general English language (for people whose native language is not English) in situation in flight, which was shown. THE MAIN REASON I DO THIS IS TO HELP PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND EVERY EMERGENCY SITUATION, EVERY WORD AND EVERY MOVE OF AIRCRAFT. SOURCES OF MATERIAL, LICENSES AND PERMISSIONS: Source of communications – 🤍 (I have a permission (Letter) for commercial use of radio communications from LiveATC.net). Map, aerial pictures (License (ODbL) ©OpenStreetMap -🤍 Permission for commercial use, royalty-free use. Radar screen (In new versions of videos) – Made by author. Text version of communication – Made by Author. Video editing - Made by author. HOW I DO VIDEOS: 1) I monitor media, airspace, looking for any non-standard, emergency and interesting situation. 2) I find communications of ATC unit for the period of time I need. 3) I take only phrases between air traffic controller and selected flight. 4) I find a flight path of selected aircraft. 5) I make an animation (early couple of videos don’t have animation) of flight path and aircraft, where the aircraft goes on his route. 6) When I edit video I put phrases of communications to specific points in video (in tandem with animation). 7) Together with my comments (voice and text) I edit and make a reconstruction of emergency, non-standard and interesting situation in flight.
The pilot of a British Airways plane had to abort their first landing attempt as strong winds from Storm Corrie pushed across Heathrow airport. Flight BA1307 from Aberdeen (ABZ) landed safely on the second attempt. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► https://instagram/guardian
British Airways A320 attempted landing funchal, aborted. Ended up diverting to lisbon! If you would like to see the successful landing (made the next day) check this link: 🤍 - If you wish to contact me i'm available on twitter: 🤍
A380 attempting to land at Manchester in crosswind. Appeared to touch down about half way along the runway and had to abort -
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WOW! Easyjet A319 late go-around at London Stansted Airport (STN/EGSS) on Monday 31st March 2014. PLEASE READ: We was already almost 2 hours late leaving Ljubljana due to over running maintenance on our scheduled aircraft. G-EZBE, based at London Gatwick was flown over to London Stansted to complete our sectors. The weather conditions were very calm with good visibility at the scheduled arrival time. The pilot simply misjudged the approach meaning we was very high & too late down the runway to touchdown, leading the pilot to initiate a late go around. People on-board were very scared & nervous, but the situation quickly improved when the cabin crew & captain gave announcements to the passengers. The pilot called it 'floating down the runway' - more like he completely messed up the approach! This was my first go-around, and was not disappointed! Just pleased I captured everything on camera! :D Plane: Airbus A319 Airline: Easyjet (EZY) Reg: G-EZBE Flight Number: EZY3246 Seat number: 18A Route: Ljubljana - London Stansted Cruise level: 38,000 feet Date: 31st March 2014 Departure time 12:30 (local time) Arrival time: 13:40 (local time) Flight duration: 2 hours 10 minutes (approx) Stay tuned for my full flight videos from Ljubljana ! Next trip, Warsaw this weekend with Ryanair & Wizzair! #avgeek Thanks for watching! Make sure you subscribe, rate & comment!
Welcome back to the Fluctus Channel for a feature on exploring the consequences of the aircraft mishaps at sea and the training that make the pilots of these aircraft capable of saving themselves underwater. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
Flew up to Piseco NY and attempted an approach to minimums at the airport. I did not think the airport was at minimums when I planned the flight but it became evident on the approach that this would be to minimums. Many lessons learned here in the de-brief to make me a better pilot next time. Overall a good day of flying.
Air New Zealand A320 Aborted Landing at Wellington Airport - 17 August 2017 Recorded on 17 August 2017 Extra Information: Airline: Air New Zealand Manufacturer: Airbus Aircraft: A320 Livery: Fern Registration: ZK-OXA Route: Christchurch (CHC) New Zealand to Wellington (WLG) New Zealand Runway: WLG - NZWN 34 This video is the property of 'BizTraveller' and may not be downloaded or re-published without my permission or consent. © BizTraveller 2017 Morning arrival for flight NZ332 and missed approach at Wellington Airport, New Zealand. The Flight did not attempt a second landing or go-around and returned to Christchurch. Notice the wing flex on approach before the pilot decided to abort!! Thanks for watching this YouTube video produced by BizTraveller! COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!! Category Travel & Events License Standard YouTube License
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A big hiccup on a lot of checkrides is how to tell the GPS unit you're using that you've gone missed, especially on ILS approaches where the GPS unit is solely used as a back up. Check out IFR ground school at 🤍
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Two attempts and the pilot wisely aborted. You can see the airport become engulfed in the storm as we diverted away twice. We ended up landing in Richmond VA and then flew home several hours later.