aborted landing


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aborted landing

To discontinue a planned landing for reasons such as conflicting traffic, weather, or runway obstructions. Also called rejected landing, go-around, or overshoot.
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He immediately aborted landing and took a go-around," said Manoj Srivastava, Madhya Pradesh Public Relations Commissioner.
State television quoted an air traffic controller at the airport, Kirill Kornishin, as saying he had spoken to one of the pilots after the first aborted landing and was told that the plane was not in a state allowing it to land.
However, since that crash, the FAA has revealed that an unspecified number of flights involving Asiana, EVA Air, and other non-US carriers have had more aborted landing attempts than usual at SFO.
At about 1738 Pacific time, the airplane was substantially damaged when it impacted terrain following an aborted landing.
Pilot Richard Parry and Masayuki Yamashita, an official at Asia's largest balloon festival, managed to escape with minor injuries following an aborted landing.
The BA flight aborted landing at about 0300 BST on Friday 28 April when air traffic controllers realised that it was in the path of a British Midland flight that was taking off.
At about 1030 Alaska time, the airplane sustained substantial damage during an aborted landing.
I can't begin to remember the number of times I've flown, but I can recount every thunderstorm, aborted landing or bumpy flight in a light aircraft.
Its crew finally got around to going around by executing an aborted landing procedure, but the airplane overran the runway before becoming airborne.
The airplane was substantially damaged when it impacted terrain during an aborted landing attempt.
After the aborted landing, the aircraft circled for 10 minutes before being allowed to land at Heathrow Airport.