During approach and landing things can often happen that might require a go-around. It could be a request from ATC, a hazard on the runway, another aeroplane in the circuit or even an unstable approach.
There can be a lot to think about if you need to go-around for real so it is important to practice performing them and also be aware that there are even specific go-around procedures for some airports.
Try to anticipate things that might happen and visualize possible scenarios in advance, then you won’t be taken by surprise. In this edition of Sunny Swift you can learn more about this important part of being an aviator
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