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Synonyms for overshoot

an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt

shoot beyond or over (a target)

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Two years ago the 40-yearold was flying from the UK to Australia during filming for The X Factor when her plane aborted landing.
He then quickly dived downwards to resume the aborted landing.
A missed approach means an aborted landing approach.
Local media reported that the pilot aborted landing at the Jumla airport and slammed the Canadian-made Twin Otter aircraft into the mountainside.
Fog caused two aborted landing attempts for an Air New Zealand aircraft carrying Britain's Prince William in New Zealand.
The plane was called to another job during the aborted landing, but when it returned, the defendant again shone his beam into the cockpit of Captain Glen Keating.
The plane, which was carrying police officers, was called out to another job during the aborted landing, but when it returned, the defendant again shone his beam into the eyes of Captain Glen Keating.
10, three airmen were killed during an aborted landing of a C-130 transport plane at the Ahmed Al Jaber Air Base, west of Kuwait City.
April 26, 1994: A China Airlines A300-600R Airbus explodes and burns during an aborted landing in Nagoya, Japan; 262 killed.
The flydubai plane crashed after a second manual aborted landing.
A TransAsia Airways domestic flight crashed after an aborted landing during Matmo, killing 48 people on board while 10 passengers survived.
At 1405 Eastern time, the airplane was destroyed when it collided with terrain following a loss of control during an aborted landing.
Mumbai, Aug 23 ( ANI ): An Air India plane aborted landing at Mumbai Airport after an alert Air Traffic Control (ATC) spotted a Jet Airways aircraft on the runway, thereby averting a major catastrophe.