I read that ‘Cleared for the option’ means also cleared for a ‘stop and go’.
A ‘touch and go’ I get, but is it possible to do a real ‘stop and go’ in IF?
I’m talking about commercial jets and not a small Cessna or a fighter.
Are there runways long enough to accommodate a ‘stop and go’?
I’ve read that a ‘stop and go’ could also mean: landing, taxiing back to the beginning of the runway and taking off again. That would take a lot longer though.
‘Cleared for the option’ can’t mean that, can it?
I don’t think it is wise or safe to take off from the middle of a runway.
I put this in #general, because it’s not an ATC question. It also applies to Solo, or where ever you’re flying.