5 Reasons why Obstruction lights are important, reasons behind strict laws

by John Smith I am Professional Article Writer, since 2012

Most people reading this are new to the idea of the existence of Obstruction lights, a few don’t know what they probably are and the rest are those who may need to install them. Let’s clear what these rights are and why there is a need to follow the rules exactly when it comes to Warning Lights. In a recent survey, it was revealed the lack of knowledge to the importance of these lights and their role in air traffic safety as well as the regulations.

No such thing as “Too Safe”

The first thing that the survey showed was people’s thinking that the obstruction lights are just a ploy to extort money and there is no need for them because of plane accidents are not common. This is like telling someone to stop taking insulin for their Diabetes because they are feeling better or that Chemotherapy is just extortion of money so you shouldn’t do it.

The issue is that you need to do it, the airway is the same because there are warning lights in place to minimize the chance of a plane crash, this means you need to have them to keep the possibility of crashing planes minute, this is a point that everyone should understand.

Height of Buildings

The Height of building matters, we are making buildings that can be seen through the satellites and that means these buildings are big. These buildings are big enough to obstruct a flying plane, this may not be an issue for the bigger planes that land on airport strips unless they are near the airport. It is, however an issue for the smaller flying vehicles.

The small Private planes, Jets and helicopters have a far higher number of crashes than a normal plane because they don’t land on smaller landing areas in the middle of buildings, now take the obstruction lights away from those buildings.

The brightness of the Light

The brightness of the lights are also a thing people don’t understand the importance of as they thing that one intensity works all day, however, according to National Aircraft Warning Lights, there are many different reasons for this, the main and most important being the visibility and the blindness factor. If you look at lights on the full intensity at night, you will be blinded by them which is not good the thing for a pilot to be and low or medium intensity during the morning won’t be visible.

Obstruction lights need to be changed in intensity according to the time of the day and although you may think there is no reason for them in the morning, many pilots have an impaired vision while flying and a bright and shining light helps guide them to avoid anything. 

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