Step 2: Make Your Choice
What would you do in this situation?
Level the wings; establish a climb, and re-engage the autopilot. Contact ATC for assistance when able.
Level the wings, and establish a climb executing the published missed approach. Contact ATC for assistance when able.
Level the wings to stop the turn, and then re-intercept the final approach course, and complete the approach.
Continue descending. You should break out at 500′ AGL, and the vertigo should subside when you have visual contact with the ground.
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