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  • #16
    Simply put, landing / approach light use is governed by each individual airline's pilot operating handbooks. Simply put, the rules vary from airline to airline.
    Bite me Airways.....

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    • #17
      Yep, it is not a FAR to have them on below 10,000. It it purely a thing that will be incorporated into the FAA approved checklists and training manuals for any individual air carrier.

      At my current company, inboard landing lights come on out of FL180 as part of the in-range checklist, and outboard landing lights are turned on upon reciept of a landing clearance.
      Anybody can fly a round airplane....

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