"Go-arounds" remain common maneuvers, but raise safety concerns

07/3/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A "go-around" is a common maneuver, but some observers say such actions pose safety concerns and are responsible for several close calls. A "go-around" involves an incoming plane pulling up at the last minute and then circling around. Some "go-arounds" have caused runway incursions.

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