missed approach


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missed approach

An approach which is not completed by landing.
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Why do some approaches have an alternate missed approach procedure?
The Warren Greatrex-trained Missed Approach - a good third behind Milansbar and Cogry in the Classic Chase at Warwick - should enhance his National claims with victory in the four-mile handicap in Scotland.
At Warwick the handicapper has been extremely kind in dropping Missed Approach 6lb after he finished sixth in the Ladbrokes Trophy last time.
The weights went up 3lb after Yala Enki's defection with Warren Greatrex's Missed Approach and the Paul Nicholls-trained Vivaldi Collonges topping the handicap.
That said, Missed Approach has certainly proved no slouch in either of those disciplines, winning his only bumper outing as well as two of his fives starts over hurdles.
While reigning and defending World Hurdle hero Cole Harden is the star of the show, the Uplands-based trainer has assembled a strong supporting cast for the showpiece meeting and is particularly sweet on the chances of Missed Approach.
The second cell's KC-10 could not break out the airfield and executed a missed approach.
IS&S' full-color, high-quality electronic flight bag product will consist of electronic navigation charts powered by Jeppesen, and applications such as takeoff, en route, approach, landing, missed approach, and go-around information.
GREAT BRITAIN avoided a whitewash on the third day of the Cheltenham Festival when Missed Approach made virtually all the running in the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase.
Since CVFPs are not instrument approaches, they do not have missed approach segments; if an aircraft cannot continue the approach, missed approaches will be handled as go-arounds by ATC.
MISSED Approach will bid to enhance his Randox Health Grand National credentials in the bet365 Edinburgh National Handicap Chase at Musselburgh in two weeks.
When we don't, we fly a missed approach procedure designed to get the aircraft back to a safe altitude and position from which the next steps can be taken.