wave-off


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Synonyms for wave-off

an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt

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We have landing profiles and wave-off criteria for a reason.
Those numbers, for the unknowing, refer to a wave-off window of 100 feet with a foul deck, or 10 feet with a clear deck.
I called the deck to a 10-foot wave-off window as the first Hornet was at three to four miles.
As I turned in my super-slow-motion world, I could see the Hornet was at the in-close position, well inside the 100-foot, wave-off window.
The young man, now nearing the left ladder line of the landing area, is fortunate the controlling LSO, while rusty, reacted quickly to pickle our Hornet and get out three urgent wave-off calls.