a touch and go, or make a low approach. Issue the clearance and surface wind to the pilot. If the
clearance is not obtained or is cancelled, inform the pilot and issue alternate instructions.
TOWER CLEARANCE CANCELLED; EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH.
TOWER CLEARANCE NOT RECEIVED; EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH.
l. Missed Approach Procedures.
(1) If the runway environment is not in sight, instruct the pilot to execute a missed approach
according to previous instructions. If missed approach instructions have not been previously given,
instruct the pilot to climb or maintain a specified altitude and fly a specified course when completing a
safe approach is questionable because one or more of the following conditions exist:
(a) Aircraft position or identification is in doubt.
(b) Radar contact is lost or a malfunctioning radar is suspected.
(c) Safety limits are exceeded or radical target deviations are observed.
(2) Provided tower clearance has been obtained, give the pilot an option to land or to execute a
PHRASEOLOGY: (Reason) IF RUNWAY NOT IN SIGHT, EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH.
(3) If airport conditions or traffic preclude approach completion, issue a missed approach
without the option to land.
PHRASEOLOGY: (Reason) EXECUTE A MISSED APPROACH.
m. Decision Height.
(1) The final controller must inform the pilot when the aircraft reaches the published decision
PHRASEOLOGY: AT DECISION HEIGHT.
(2) Notice that this phraseology does not specify, at first, what the DH actually is. The final
controller simply informs the pilot when his aircraft reaches this published DH