Jim Meade Posted February 22, 2012 Report Share Posted February 22, 2012 I have a question born of laziness, I should be ashamed to say. Does an SLSA that was built with position lights so that it could be flown between nautical twilight and daylight need to have those lights be functional if it is not flown in that period? I understand a standard certificated airplane with position lights does not have to have them working if not flown in conditions that require them. Is LSA the same or is it different? I know, I should be ashamed to not know this answer off the top of my head. I'm really looking for the reference, so thanks to anyone who can cite the reference I should be looking at. For the sake of discussion we could also talk about ELSA. In my specific example, someone reported a position light may be out. I'll check later today to see if it is. But if it is and I only fly when the sun is up, does it matter? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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