S7 B738 at Blagoveshchensk on Mar 28th 2020, glide slope problems
Last Update: April 28, 2020 / 20:19:55 GMT/Zulu time
Rosaviatsia reported the actual reason for the go around was an unstable approach due to high speed. The reason for the lack of glideslope deviation indication could not be established.
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