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By Dorothy Gray
Infrastructure enhancement has led to the development of very tall building structures that serve a lot of purposes. However, these buildings could pose a risk to aircrafts especially when flying at night. For this reason, there are aircraft warning lights on buildings to avoid collisions. These lightings help the pilots to see the buildings when flying at night and sometimes during the day.

The airspace warning lights are some very bright lighting systems that are visible from a very long distance. There are two types of warning lighting. Some are red while others are white in color. There are also some that are always on while others go off and back on in cycles. In most cases, red systems are installed in the urban buildings because it is much easier to see them from above.

White illuminations are better for cautioning the pilots during the daytime. The very white light may be visible from an extended distance away therefore making work simpler for the captains. They are also suitable for the structures that are too high like the ones higher than 400 feet. Just to be safer, the developers fit both the white and the red lighting systems.

These lightings are not only used on buildings but also on the aircrafts. When flying at night, it may be very hard for a pilot to spot another aircraft when they are in the same airspace. For this reason, they usually have them so that it may be easier to pave way for one another and avoid collisions. In most cases, it is the red light that is used.

The manner in which they are positions on a building is also a very important factor to consider. These lightings should be seen from a long distance and also from all directions. This is why they are mainly installed on the highest point where they may be seen easily. They are also placed in such a manner that they can be spotted from whichever the direction of the plane.

Most developers like to arrange the illuminations in bunches in a strategic way that will exploit their brightness. They do not just place the illuminations on the uppermost points but also on some other lower areas so that the cautionary coverage is amplified. Some even choose to use illuminations that will also work as the backup illuminations for the building.

There is also aircraft warning paint that is used for the same purpose as the lights. This paint is usually a requirement for buildings that are above 200 feet. The paint is usually white or red and can be viewed from miles away. Since this is very expensive, many developers build structures that are just below the required height to reduce the cost.

In some cases, these lights can impact the environment in a minor way. They add to light pollution and also affect tower kill of the birds. However, due to the small impact that they have on the environment, it is not possible to overlook the main reason for their installation because it is the most important. This is normally a compulsory requirement in all places.

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