Dear Civil Aviation Authority,
I would appreciate knowledge of why the Monarch flight ZB263 aborted landing at Gatwick when only 8 metres or so above the runway at approx. 13.40 on 22.6.16. The plane suddenly climbed at great speed with dramatically racing engines. From a passenger perspective, there did not appear to be a crosswinds issue.
As this was the day of major security issues at Gatwick with 2 guns being found with a potential passenger in the morning and the live grenade being found in the afternoon, I would like to know if there was a connection. I am also mindful of the safety issues involved.
I do not believe the spiel we were given by the pilot, some 15 mins plus later and think he was probably taking that time to slow his probably racing heart. I do, however, understand the need to use such spiel in order to prevent panic.
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