missed approach


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missed approach

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Portion of publish procedure for missed approach.
An approach not completed by landing for any reason but mainly because of the inability of the pilot to sight the runway by its decision height or decision altitude. The pilot must advise ATC (air traffic control) and comply with published missed approach procedures or follow alternate missed approach procedures specified by ATC.
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The first of the three fighters had been forced to fly a missed approach because of the intense downpour.
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