05/18/2011 11:38 am ET Updated Jul 18, 2011

Air Force One Aborts Landing With President Obama On Board

On Wednesday morning, Air Force One was approaching Bradley International Airport in Connecticut with President Obama on board when it aborted its landing due to bad visibility, the White House reports.

Air Force One's pilot did a "go-round" of the airport, circling due to safety concerns at 9:50am, the FAA reports.

The FAA reported to ABC News that visibility was "below the minimum", indicating that the pilots could not see the runway from the altitude required to guarantee a safe landing.

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