Obstacle clearance is not ensured when the aircraft is off the
published portions of an approach. With full scale deflection of the
CDI in areas of high terrain or obstacles, a climb to the Minimum
Safe Altitude may be required.
Procedure At the MAP if sufficient visual cues are not available, or a safe landing can not
be made, execute a Missed Approach as follows:
Increase power to maximum allowable (not to exceed 1015 ftlbs).
Raise the nose to a positive climbing attitude (approximately 68 degrees nose up for
no flap, 4º nose up for full flap).
Check for a positive rate of climb (check the altimeter and VSI).
Check the airspeed at or below 120 knots and raise the landing gear (and flaps if
applicable). Turn the landing lights off.
If flaps were down, transition to 68 degrees nose up as the flaps retract.
Check and report the gear up and locked to your instructor.
Maintain 120 knots and start a StandardRate Turn toward the Missed Approach
course or heading. Stay on the attitude gyro and maintain the climbing attitude (68
Establish an appropriate intercept to the Missed Approach course or continue the turn to
the designated heading. The Missed Approach course may be twisted in the CDI when
comfortably established in the Missed Approach.
Make the "Missed Approach" report to Tower or the controlling agency if no tower.
Level off at Missed Approach altitude.
Two hundred feet prior, commence the transition to leveloff.
Lower the nose toward the level flight attitude and accelerate toward normal cruise.
Two to three knots prior to normal cruise airspeed, reduce power to 600650 ftlbs
If directed to contact approach control, inform them of your Missed Approach and
state your intentions.
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