The description of this video claims that past a certain point — which is around the turn to final — on approach to TFFJ (St. Barth) runway 28, a go-around is prohibited. That sounds strange. I understand how going around might be impossible past a certain point at VNLK (Lukla) or LFLJ (Courchevel), because the hill ahead is too steep to outclimb and too close to turn away from. But while there is a small hill beyond this runway too, it should be low enough to outclimb to much further. So:
- Is a go-around prohibited past a certain point on approach to TFFJ runway 28?
- If yes, it is prohibited from as early as the video suggests (around final turn, still well above the hill beyond the runway)?
- And if yes, what are the reasons for it?