The Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) has identified the “psychological drivers of noncompliance” behind pilots’ “extremely poor” adherence to go-around policies. The finding has spurred a revamping of the safety advocate’s long-held stable approach criteria and guidance for when a go-around is prudent. The work is part of the FSF’s Go-Around Decision-Making and Execution Project. This research effort by two internal committees and the Presage Group ...


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