This varies quite a bit depending on what you’re flying, but rarely is it full throttle except in GA, heavy landing weights, or terrain/obstacles! A 172, TBM, Cub, or even an A10 will call for full throttle. That said, try doing that in a light B747 and you might shred the wings off.
A go around is as useful to practice as a touch and go. Next time you’re out in the pattern try throwing in a few for your own practice! Finding a power setting, pitch angle and configuration that works best will help you when the time comes to do it for real. Thanks for watching!
Ideally yes. Becuase you don’t want to go around and fly over a terminal, or nearby traffic. This is the best effective way as the controller can also cancel the takeoff clearance on an aircraft starting it’s rollout.
You also don’t want to destroy the controller’s OCD if you turn the wrong way. 😅
Chances are, the controller will have given you a direction prior to you reaching the departure end of the runway. What Tyler is saying is that you should maintain runway heading until you’ve reached the end of the runway, even if ATC gave you directions to go left/right beforehand. :)