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Missed approach question

Old 18th Feb 2020, 18:41
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Missed approach question

Hi ATC’s

Here a question I hope some of you might help clarify.

If on an instrument approach to Airport 1, i’m by ATC instructed:
“after approach cleared IFR to Airport 2, via point X, FL240, right turn out”. In case of an early missed approach on the final to Airport 1, do I then have to fly the standard published missed approach until missed approach point, or can i make a right turn directly from final towards X point and climb to FL240 as ATC have cleared me?

If I can climb and turn before “missed approach point”, how early can I choose to brake off final and go directly to point X for the next airport?

Thanks in advance for any input :-)
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Old 19th Feb 2020, 12:11
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you should be given non-standard MAP beforehand or left to fly published MAP and after clearing minima sent dct or vectored.
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Old 19th Feb 2020, 14:11
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But if the pilot have not received an alternate missed approach, can he brake off on final and initiate his climbout on let’s say 5nm final already?

What would ATC expect me to do if I go around on 5nm final and have received the climbout as mentioned above. To follow the climbout and brake off final or to follow the missed approach for some while?
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Old 20th Feb 2020, 10:27
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sure, you can start your MAP whenver you wish, but you need to follow the horizontal and vertical profile of it. You can't just turn somewhere withouth authorisation. To answer your question what ATC would expect you to do: to follow MAP and climb to level you were given.
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Old 20th Feb 2020, 10:42
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Originally Posted by kontrolor View Post
you need to follow the horizontal and vertical profile of it. You can't just turn somewhere withouth authorisation
Lack of terrain clearance could be more painful than lack of authorisation!
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Old 2nd Mar 2020, 13:10
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It sounds like, in the example, that you haven't been "released" from the approach procedure.

Technically, the missed approach is part of your approach clearance as well, so you'd have to follow the entire procedure unless otherwise cleared. That means fly the missed approach to the end, and then continue as cleared.

Though I do not think that was what the controller meant.
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Old 6th Mar 2020, 22:54
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talkdownman, what are you talking about? I can't follow what you are trying to say. MAP is published for every runway in the world. It has vertical and horizontal profile. What terrain clearance are you reffering to?
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