Go-around in Copenhagen


#1

Hi

The other day early morning (27/8) I saw and heard a go-around in EKCH (Copenhagen Airport) where I live close by.
I have found out that it was Singapore Airlines SQ352.
flightaware.com/live/flight/SIA3 … /WSSS/EKCH

Is there any way to find out why the go-around happened?

Flighttracker sites does not say anything about reason it only shows the flightpath from where I can see that the missed approach did happen.

Regards
Kenneth


#2

Go arounds happen for a number of reasons and happen everyday. Only way I would think would be to see if LiveATC.net has a feed from that timeframe and see if you can glean from the transcripts what happened.


#3

There’s no way anyone besides the pilots, ATC or the airline itself would know the real reason for the go-around.
Go-arounds happen for many reasons, one of them could be that the plane got a little closer than the standard separation from previous plane on the approach, or that the previous plane spent too much time on the runway before clearing it.