The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is urging air-navigation service providers (ANSPs) and their regulators to follow published missed-approach procedures so pilot distraction is minimized during these high-workload scenarios. In a safety information bulletin (SIB) published March 20, EASA calls on ANSPs and civil aviation authorities to heed specific recommendations in a 2013 study by France’s BEA accident investigation agency. The 10-year study looked at go-around safety ...
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