DAP Policy: Lighting of En-Route Obstacles and Onshore Wind Turbines

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Reference:DAP Policy
Title:Lighting of En-Route Obstacles and Onshore Wind Turbines
Description:In the UK, the need for aviation warning lights on 'tall' structures depends in the first
instance upon any particular structure's location in relationship to an aerodrome. If a
structure penetrates the obstacle limitation surfaces of an aerodrome it is for the
aerodrome operator to assess the need for warning lights. Minimum requirements for
licensed aerodromes are expressed in Civil Aviation Publication (CAP) 168 - Licensing
of Aerodromes.

Review Comment:None
Date:1 April 2010
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