Had a fun experience with a go-around on a flight today. Kind of unsettling when the wheels touch down the the pilot hits the gas instead of the brake.
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Had that in Costa Rica but the tail end scraped.
That’s too much.Google says that 1-3 per 1000 flights have a go around, which is higher than I imagined. I probably fly about 50 segments per year, so I suppose I was close to due for the experience.
Google says that 1-3 per 1000 flights have a go around, which is higher than I imagined. I probably fly about 50 segments per year, so I suppose I was close to due for the experience.
DUDE! This happened to me at LaGuardia like 4-5 years ago. It was pretty horrifying.
As if flying into lga doesn’t suck bad enough already in the best of circumstances!