Not bashing pilots, airlines, flight attendants or even TSA. It is what it is. Just saying the only time I was a little uncomfortable was when we flew in sideways and had to power back up and try again. I explained this very thing to several frightened folks around me who didn't understand why we were headed back out into the Atlantic. I feel confident it is normal procedure, as skidding off a runway into surround structures is most likely NOT SOP. My brain usually overrules my gut, but in this instance the gut won out and I had "feelings". No harm intended.It’s a go around, due to an unstabilized approach, and a very normal (and encouraged) maneuver. Would you rather them force the airplane onto the ground? The answer is no. The pilot monitoring will call the go around if he sees airspeed, vertical speed, or aircraft attitude exceeds certain parameters. The pilot flying can call and execute the maneuver anytime he wants. It’s erring on the side of caution, and what good pilots do. It’s the guys that won’t go around (usually driven by ego) that you have to worry about.
Honestly, I cringe when I read threads like this because of the sheer ignorance involved. Every situation in the OP is just ignorance. There’s nothing wrong with being ignorant, but you have to know that you just don’t know. I don’t go to places trying to tell people how to do their job, and people have to understand that they just don’t know what’s happening in the ****pit of an airplane. The training we go through is very intense and thorough.
I had to shut an engine down and perform a single engine landing just a few months ago. It’s a non event because of our training. Things like missed approach procedures, go arounds, rejected takeoffs are all basic, normal procedures. It doesn’t mean the flight crew messes up, it doesn’t mean that anything is wrong, and it’s dang sure not dangerous. I did the corporate/charter thing for a while and now fly for a major. Sit back, relax, and let the cabin crew take care of you. Everything is going to be okay.