Can you describe what a Legal Missed Approach is?
A legal missed approach can be defined as a ‘predefined procedure’ that a pilot is expected to follow if they do not find adequate conditions/factors to proceed for a safe landing. These factors may include unfavorable weather, poor visibility, or safety concerns. In simpler terms, a legally missed approach is like a backup plan for pilots when they find it unsafe to land their aircraft and follow a set of instructions to climb back into the air again or go back to a nearby airport. Legal missed Approaches are designed for safety and are approved by aviation authorities.