April, 3, 2019 by

The “Minimums” callout is made at the minimum altitude, and this is the point that the Pilot Flying has to make a decision — continue or go around. His response at this point is again standardized so that the other pilot is entirely clear on the course of action. His response is usually something like “Landing” or “Continue”, or else “Go Around.” Often, the autopilot comes off at this point as well & you hear the horn indicating such on the CVR as well.

Source: Aviation StackExchange

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