As the leading global supplier of obstruction lighting solutions, Flight Light manufactures and distributes a complete line of aircraft warning lights. We have a solution for every situation.
Our aircraft warning lights are FAA and ICAO compliant. Made with Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) specifications in mind, we meet – and even exceed – FAA and ICAO standards.
Going above and beyond the standard, our certified IP67 water resistant obstruction lights are the best in the industry. These unique L-810 designs stand apart by virtually eliminating moisture-related maintenance and replacement costs.
Aircraft warning lights are commonly used in the airfield, utility, telecommunications, and energy industries in a wide range of applications. It’s critical to alert pilots to obstructions that occupy airspace and pose a danger to aircraft- like towers, antennas, power lines, buildings, bridges, cranes, wind turbines and other tall structures.
• FAA & ICAO Compliant LED Tower Obstruction Lights
• FAA & ICAO Compliant Incandescent Obstruction Lights
• Night Vision NVG Compatible Airport Obstruction Lights
• ICAO Compliant Low Intensity Obstruction Light
• FAA Compliant Wind Turbine Aircraft Warning Light
• Explosion Proof LED Obstruction Light
• ICAO Compliant Solar/LED Aircraft Warning Light
• Night Vision Compatible LED Obstruction Beacon
LED obstruction lights are energy-efficient and cost-effective. Our fixtures use the latest advancements in LED lighting technology. For that reason, our aircraft warning lights deliver years of reliable, maintenance-free operation in even the most demanding conditions. Solar powered options further minimize low overall operational costs.
Night Vision Goggles (NVGs) and Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) compatible obstruction lights ensure visibility for pilots using NVG goggles. We supply a true LED replacement for incandescent aircraft warning lights and obstruction beacons.
Before purchasing aircraft warning lights, be sure to review the FAA’s obstruction light regulations. FAA and ICAO guidance is necessary for the proper selection and correct placement of aircraft warning lights and obstruction lighting equipment.