The move comes in the wake of the Asiana Airlines crash and after the FAA says it noticed an increase in the number of go-arounds by certain foreign carriers. The means that pilots would abort a landing and circle for another approach.
Pilots on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 had been cleared to make a visual approach when the plane crash-landed on July 6. Three people died and dozens were injured.
The plane came in too low and too slow, slamming its landing gear into a seawall well before the actual runway. Seconds before the accident, the pilots called for a go-around.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.