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|Posted: Thu Apr 22, 2010 12:53 pm Post subject: Landing Techniques - Bounce Recovery and Rejected Landing
|Landing Techniques - Bounce Recovery and Rejected Landing
A rejected landing (also referred to as an aborted landing) is defined as a go-around maneuver initiated after touchdown of the main landing gear or after bouncing.
Although a rare occurrence, a rejected landing is a challenging maneuver decided and conducted in an unanticipated and unprepared manner.
The objective of this Briefing Note is to define:
• Applicable decision criteria for:
- Full-stop landing; or,
- Rejected landing and go-around; and,
• Procedures and techniques for bounce recovery, including:
- Continued landing; or,
- Rejected landing (i.e., go-around).
This article has the following Information:
Bouncing and Bounce Recovery
Commitment for Full-stop Landing
Commitment for Go-around
Landing Techniques - Bounce Recovery and Rejected Landing