The Heliport APPROACH lights are steady and flashing omnidirectional white lights.
According to ICAO ANNEX 14, volume II, an approach lighting system should be provided at a heliport where it is desirable and practicable to indicate a preferred approach direction.
These lights should form a cross to create the Approach lighting system.
The approach lighting system is a row of three lights at 30 m intervals and a crossbar of five lights on 18 m at a distance of 90 m from the perimeter of the FATO.
Where there is the need to make the final approach course more conspicuous, additional lights spaced uniformly at 30 m intervals should be added beyond the
crossbar. The lights beyond the crossbar may be steady or sequenced flashing, depending upon the environment.
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