Approach
Guidance

POINT APPROACH GUIDANCE & LOCATION

Most heliports have a preferred approach, sometimes two, for various reasons. Especially in urban settings, on elevated
heliports, where there are tall trees, where there is a hill or buildings in the approach. We believe there is great value
to the HAPI and VAGS systems for enhanced safety. Any engineer or pilot who watches our flight test video of the
HAPI and VAGS systems will clearly see the usefulness of these safety aids to navigation.

HELIPORT APPROACH PATH INDICATOR (HAPI)

  • HAPI-89001 LED glide slope path indicator
  • Safe & hazardous area compact unit for vertical slope guidance
  • For all heliports & helidecks¬†

VISUAL ALIGNMENT GUIDANCE SYSTEM (VAGS-SAGA)

  • ¬†VAGS-89021 LED approach visual alignment indicator
  • Safe area & hazardous area compact units for horizontal
    alignment
  • For all heliports & helidecks

APPROACH SEQUENCE FLASHER SYSTEM LANDING
DIRECTION & SIMPLE APPROACH

  • Sequence flashing white directional approach system
  • May be installed as a typical ICAO simple approach
  • For all land-based heliports

POINT HELIPORT BEACON (PHB): FLASHING 3-COLOR

  • PHB-37002 LED white-green-yellow flashing beacon
  • No moving parts in place of a mechanical beacon
  • For all heliports & helidecks to locate the site from a long distance

POINT HELIPORT BEACON (PHB): ICAO IDENTIFICATION

  • PHB-37002 LED white flashing Morse code beacon
  • Programmable visual message ICAO identification beacon
  • For all heliports & helidecks to locate the site from a long distance

POINT LOCATOR LIGHT (PLL)

  • PLL-21005 LED economical flashing locator light
  • Flashing beacon for pilot acquisition of the heliport site
  • For all heliports to locate the site from a short distance

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Point Lighting Corporation personnel will assist customers and their agents in the design of lighting layouts, equipment selection and specifications. In all cases, this represents our interpretation of applicable standards and common practices. No fee is charged for these opinions. Final equipment selection is the responsibility of the end user and to comply with all applicable laws and codes and to ensure proper installation.