m. Approach Termination.
(1) Discontinue surveillance approach guidance when-
(a) Requested by the pilot.
(b) In your opinion, continued guidance for safe completion of the approach cannot be
(c) The aircraft is over the missed approach point (MAP).
(2) If the pilot reports runway in sight, advise the pilot to take over visually and contact the
tower. When the aircraft is over the MAP, advise the pilot of the aircraft's position and instruct him to
execute a missed approach unless the runway is in sight.
PHRASEOLOGY: OVER MISSED APPROACH POINT. IF RUNWAY NOT IN SIGHT,
EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH, OVER.
n. Final Approach Abnormalities.
(1) If runway environment is not in sight, instruct the pilot to execute a missed approach (if
previously given) or climb to and maintain a specified altitude. and fly a specified course when the
completion of a safe approach is questionable because one or more of the following conditions exist:
(a) Safety limits are exceeded or radical target deviations are observed.
(b) Position or identification of the aircraft is in doubt.
(c) Radar contact is lost, or a malfunctioning radar is suspected.
PHRASEOLOGY: TOO FAR RIGHT FOR SAFE APPROACH. IF RUNWAY NOT IN SIGHT,
EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH.
(d) Airport condition or traffic precludes approach completion.
PHRASEOLOGY: EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH; DISABLED AIRCRAFT BLOCKING
(2) The procedures and phraseology in Appendix A are used to conduct a normal surveillance
approach. When possible, give transmissions in the sequence shown at the ranges indicated. Control
instructions will be integrated as required to conduct a