The Flight Safety Foundation is mulling strategies that could help pilots make the decision to perform a go-around rather than continue an unstabilized approach. “We feel that the lack of a go-around decision is the leading risk factor in landing accidents,” says Kevin Hiatt, Flight Safety Foundation president and CEO. He notes that 63 airline accidents occurred in the approach and landing phase of flight from 2001 to 2011, representing 68% of all accidents. Once finalized, ...

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