Airfield Lighting Solutions

Designed to ensure safety and ease of operation, our airfield lighting systems enhance situational awareness in the air and make it easy to navigate while on the ground. Flash Technology’s airfield lighting solutions are used at over 2,000 civilian and military airports and helipads in more than 100 countries, providing reliable, cost-effective solutions that meet FAA and ICAO airport lighting standards.

 

Our portable solar lights offer safety and flexibility for off-airport operations, including mining and exploratory airstrips, medivac and emergency response, search and rescue, surveillance operations, anti-poaching operations and private airstrips applications.

Airport lighting configuration

With our team of experts and our extensive background in airfield lighting, you can be sure we will find the right solution for your application.

 

 

Browse our airfield lighting products by category and explore recent case studies below. Or contact our airfield lighting experts to discuss your specific needs.

Airfield Lights by Application

Airport approach lights on masts

Availble in both unidirectional and omnidirectional products, our airport approach lighting solutions suit simple runway end identifier lights (REIL) to MALSR, ALSF and ODALS configurations.

Solar barricade lights at Gatwick Airport in the United Kingdom

Our solar barricade light and unserviceability light meets FAA and ICAO requirements for general purpose marking, taxiway and runway closures and other airside construction marking needs.

Solar helipad landing lights in France

Flash Technology’s helipad lights operate reliably in the harshest conditions. Self-contained and easy to install, they require virtually no maintenance for an average of 7 years.

An expeditionary lighting system (EALS) trailer hooked up to a Humvee

Discover solar runway and taxiway lighting, PAPI systems, EALS kits and control systems that free military airfield lighting operations of the logistical challenges created by cables and generators.

Runway lights and taxiway lights at a South American airport

From commerical airports and non-precision IFR runways to general aviation and VFR runways, our solar lights for runways and taxiways offer solutions that enhance safety and vertical visibility.

Recent Installations

  • Cairo International Airport uses FTS 800 airport approach lighting systems

    Cairo International Airport – Cairo, Egypt

    In 1963 Cairo International Airport was inaugurated, replacing Heliopolis as the primary airport in the region. Today it is the second busiest airport in Africa, serving more than 11 million passenger...

  • An A704 compact solar airport light installed at Parma Municipal Airport

    Parma Municipal Airport – Idaho

    In early 2018, the City of Parma installed Flash Technology solar runway lights and runway threshold lights at Parma Municipal Airport. Part of a larger airport viability upgrade, the lights expand th...

  • Whiteman Air Force Base – Knob Noster, Missouri

    A joint-service base with US Air Force, Army and Navy units, Whiteman AFB is located about 2 miles south of Knob Noster, Missouri. Whiteman can launch combat sorties directly from Missouri to any part...

  • The Bonriki International Airport in the Republic of Kiribati employs A650 taxiway edge lights

    Bonriki International Airport – Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati

    Sitting about 9 feet above sea level on a coral atoll, Bonriki Airport contains one runway. Trenching would have been difficult or impossible with the hard-coral ground. The government of Kiribati out...