before all of you gonna answer my question with: ATC without any exception, let me try to outline following situation ;):
I missed my first approach at KCLT. (Don’t ask me why, the APPR didn’t want to lock on the localizer for some reason).
ATC approach (and that I have to say first: they did a really good job, until I landed safely ;)) gave me a ‚missed approach’ and directed me west to RW 18R. So far so good. I had to maintain 5000ft and a course, that crossed my route with another plane that was descending on its final. I saw the inevitable and switched of my AP and did an evading maneuver. Both planes turned orange atm. And, I definitely can say that things would had been ended worse.
Split second later ATC changed my course and gave me a warning to follow instructions immediately or I would had been reported. Fair enough and it didn’t happen. I can completely understand ATCs reaction. But without my intervention both planes would have been collided.
So what do you think? What is the right behavior regarding this situation? At least I hope I’m able to attend such a situation better in future.
Thx for your replies.