ATS 3.26 MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURES FOR VISUAL APPROACHES

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ATS 3.26 MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURES FOR VISUAL APPROACHES

The procedure that an aircraft should follow during a go-around following a Visual Approach is often not clear to the ATC or the Pilot as several options for a missed approach procedure exists. These include the missed approach procedure for the Instrument that was abbreviated, direction by ATC using the Radio etc. IFATCA policy is aimed at removing any possible misunderstanding amongst ATC and Pilot.


IFATCA Policy is:

Each aerodrome at which visual approaches are undertaken shall have go-around procedures documented in the AIP.


See: Resolution B4 – WP 84 – Punta Cana 2010

IFATCA Policy is:

Any visual approach procedure for IFR flights that is shown on a visual approach chart in the AIP shall contain a go-around procedure.


See: Resolution B5 – WP 84 – Punta Cana 2010

IFATCA Policy is:

The inclusion of go-around procedures in the AIP should not preclude a controller from issuing alternative instructions to be used in the event of a go-around.


See: Resolution B6 – WP 84 – Punta Cana 2010

 

Last Update: October 2, 2020  

November 4, 2019   303   Jean-Francois Lepage    ATS    

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