MaxSez: A vast majority of aviation accidents accrue during the Landing Sequence; Failure to set Approach/Threshold Speed correctly,
Instability, the failure to use both the Rudder & Ailerons to align with the centerline, particularly when using a crab or slip procedure due to environmental conditions, Overconfidence that you can pull it off ect.
In most cases your seconds from disaster on Approach. Your at a Decision Point when you have “Runway in Sight”! GO or No Go? As the PIC you must choose in seconds if your in the grove on the ILS Beam, Instruments or Eyeball. When do I “No Go?, Set TOGA on the Throttle, Wheels/Flaps Action, Buster and “Go Around”, Following the Chart/Plate Procedure or Straight Out clearing the pattern for a re-entry with a Tower “Going Around” voice msg.
At some point as you matriculate or when you have a few Flt Hours your gonna face the “GO-NO GO” Dilemma. “You must Practice “Go Around” every time you do Touch and Go’s until it’s burned into your rote memory! Fly like your life depends on it, your Airmanship Skills will benefit immensely!
As Professional Knowledge Gained, Below find a Brightbart primmer that based on Pilot input, highlighting 9 scenarios you’ll face at some point as you advance. Recall them when yr at an Approach Decision Point in Practice;
(These Link Recommendations apply to all Aircraft in the IF Inventory.)
Regards & Fly Smart, MaxSends