In response to two NTSB recommendations, the FAA is asking airlines, air taxis and certain business jet operators to establish standard operating procedures (SOPs) for pilots to determine at what point after landing that a go-around is no longer viable.  The request, delivered in an Information for Operators (InFO) note published Mar. 13, calls for airline, air taxi and fractional operators as well as their training managers and pilots to develop the procedures using approved ...

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