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The importance of commencing a go around when the previously acquired visual reference is lost

15 Jan 2018
On 7 July 2014, an aircraft landing at Brunei departed the side of the runway almost immediately after touchdown. The Investigation concluded that the aircraft commander, having taken over control from the First Officer when the latter lost their previously-acquired prescribed visual reference below Decision Altitude, had then continued the approach without recognising that the only lights still visible to him were those at the right hand edge of the runway.

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