Vsplat Posted June 4, 2017 Share Posted June 4, 2017 Just getting some anecdotal reports from a crew who had to go around in YYC a couple of days ago, pretty strong Xwinds on the 35 operation, approach destabilised. When they asked for a second approach, the story goes that YYC replied negative, unless they were declaring min fuel, mayday or pan, they were required to go to their alternate. Such a directive would be wrong on so many levels, I have to think there is a large piece of the story missing. Can anyone here, more familiar with YYC ATC shed some light on this? Urban myth? Real? Local policy perhaps? Thanks Vs Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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