22nd Jul 2012, 07:08
This is my first thread on this forum :)
I wonder from couple weeks what is a height of buildings where anticollison lights are required? I suppose this is international rule, isn't it?
22nd Jul 2012, 16:41
Any temporary or permanent structure, including all
appurtenances, that exceeds an overall height of 200
feet (61m) above ground level (AGL) or exceeds any
obstruction standard contained in 14 CFR part 77,
should normally be marked and/or lighted. However,
an FAA aeronautical study may reveal that the
absence of marking and/or lighting will not impair
22nd Jul 2012, 18:53
Hello Sky Wanderer, and welcome to the forum.
The international rules you are asking for are contained in Volume I, Chapter 6 of Annex 14 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. You can find a read-only PDF on the Swiss CAA's website (http://www.bazl.admin.ch/dokumentation/grundlagen/02643/index.html?lang=de).
23rd Jul 2012, 05:32
Thanks for answers showing where I can find such of things.