The model aircraft
commences by descending from base leg, which may be either
curved or straight as required by the pilot. The turn is
continued through 90 degrees onto a higher than normal landing
approach on low throttle, using flaps if applicable. On reaching
the center of the landing area at a height of approximately 3
meters, power is applied to check the descent. After normal
flying speed and attitude are attained the model aircraft climbs
straight ahead. The aim of the maneuver is to simulate an
aborted landing due to a higher than normal landing approach.
This option may only be nominated for non-aerobatic aircraft.