We have been made aware that there are a number of non-compliant aircraft obstruction lights currently being sold to the market. As a valued client, we need to make you aware of this.

When purchasing aviation obstruction lights, there are a number of key items you should check that the selling company has:
• A registered company number – warranties and guarantees will not be valid unless they come from a limited company
• A compliance certificate or document for the light being purchased

Purchasing a non-compliant light could result in prosecution by the Civil Aviation Authority if the light was found to fall out of the required intensity parameters.

Negligence could lead to serious investigations following a crash or accident.