Air Canada A321 Continues Landing after Instruction to Go-Around

An Air Canada Airbus A321-200, with 196 people on board, was on short final to Toronto’s runway 06L, when the preceding arrival could not vacate the runway in time. Tower instructed AC-150 to go around, the crew, however, did not acknowledge the call and continued for landing. The aircraft rolled out and vacated the runway without further incident.

The aircraft was registered as C-GITU, and was performing flight AC-150 from Calgary, AB to Toronto, ON (Canada)

Canada’s TSB rated the occurrence an incident reportable involving the risk of a collision, however, did not open an investigation.

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