Aircraft position lights are required to be lighted on aircraft operated on the surface and in flight from sunset to sunrise.
Anti-collision light systemare required to operate during all types of operations (day and night). It can use one or more rotating beacons and/or strobe lights, be colored either red or white.
Navigation lights are located near the leading edge of the wing tips. The red, green, and white lights that are required to be on continuously
Strobe lights should be turned off on the ground when they adversely affect ground personnel or other pilots, and in flight when there are adverse reflection from clouds.
Landing lights; Pilots are encouraged to turn on their landing lights when operating below 10,000 feet, day or night when operating within 10 miles of any airport,
Also turn on their landing lights during takeoff; and either after takeoff clearance has been received or when beginning takeoff roll.
Prior to commencing taxi, it is recommended to turn on navigation, position, anticollision, and logo lights (if equipped).
When entering the departure runway for takeoff or to “line up and wait,” all lights, except for landing lights, should be illuminated to make the aircraft conspicuous to ATC and other aircraft on approach.
Landing lights should be turned on when takeoff clearance is received or when commencing takeoff roll at an airport without an operating control tower.