France’s accident investigation agency, BEA, is calling for a wide range of safety improvements to aircraft design and pilot training to help reduce accidents occurring as a result of go-arounds. The recommendations cap a 13-year study that initially analyzed 10 accident or incident reports and six pilot narratives involving “airplane state awareness during go-around” (Asaga). The BEA followed the research with surveys of nearly 1,000 pilots and 13 full-flight simulator sessions with ...


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