Surface-level heliports are heliports located on the ground and are
characterized by large space usage.
The typical surface-level heliport contains several helipads (smooth and flat areas devoted to helicopter landing
and take offs) and it's usually located in an area near a conventional airport, but is typically in a lesser-used area.
Visual aids for night operations consist of:
· beacon light: to provide long-range and clear visual guidance in midst of surrounding lights;
· floodlights: to display obstacles and, as far as practicable, in a manner so as not to dazzle pilots;
· FATO lights: to be placed along the edges of the FATO (Final approach and take-off area);
· TLOF lights: to be placed along the edges of the TLOF (Touchdown and lift-off area);
· approaching lights: to display the preferred direction of approach;
· aiming point lights: to approach a particolar point before proceeding to TLOF;
· windsock light: to display windsock and wind direction;
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