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Airfield Lighting Case Studies

Trusted by civilian and military airfields around the world, Flash Technology airfield lights have marked approach paths, runways, taxiways, helipads and more since 1970. Our airport lighting and airfield lighting products meet or exceed FAA and ICAO recommendations and exceed industry standards for durability and reliability.

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Solar Helipad Lights Provide Quick Solution at Tallil AFB

The Tallil Air Force Base in Iraq ordered heliport lights for installation on the heliport section of its airfield. Fifty (50) of Model 702 helipad lights will be used for permanent installation along with sixty (60) units each of the corresponding mounting accessories (includes spares). Using

solar barricade lights at Vancouver International Airport

Vancouver International Invests in Temporary Solar Barricade Lights

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) recently ordered 72 solar barricade lights for temporary use during a runway construction project this summer. These airport obstruction lights will be used to outline the perimeter of the construction area for onsite workers amongst taxiing aircraft. The lights were tested for

solar taxiway edge lights installed at a US base in Iraq

US Army and Air Force Deploy Solar Airfield Lights

Flash Technology supplies military lighting solutions for airfields all over the world and is a primary supplier of solar-powered LED technology to the US Air Force and US Army for permanent and temporary airfield lighting applications. Already specified as a source supplier of solar-powered LED

solar runway edge light installation at a Persian Gulf base

USAF Installs Solar Runway Edge Lights at Persian Gulf Air Base

The US Air Force recently ordered 70 solar runway edge lights for installation at a strategic airfield in the Persian Gulf region. Within 5 business days of receiving the order, Flash delivered its expedited solar LED airfield lighting at 1/10th the cost of conventional-powered lighting