Aviation Flashlights, Lighting

Pilots Need a Better Flashlight

We recommend having a flashlight (or two) available for all night operations—it is essential equipment. To help you sort through the different types available, we’ve prepared this brief list of features to consider when buying a flashlight:

  • Exterior preflight inspections are best performed with white light for maximum area lighting.
  • For lighting in the cockpit (including chart lighting), a red light will preserve night vision far better than white light.
  • In an emergency, the brightest light you can buy (regardless of color) will be most useful.

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  1. Road Flare Kit
    Road Flare Kit
    $21.95
  2. Alkaline AA Battery
    Alkaline AA Battery
    $1.25
  3. Alkaline AAA Battery
    Alkaline AAA Battery
    $1.00
  4. Dual Color LED Flashlight
    Dual Color LED Flashlight
    Special Price $33.95 Regular Price $49.95
    (1)
  5. Flight Gear LED Flashlight
    Flight Gear LED Flashlight
    Special Price $32.95 Regular Price $34.95
    (4)
  6. Flight Gear Headlamp
    Flight Gear Headlamp
    $19.95
    (8)
  7. 12 Pack Battery Caddy
    12 Pack Battery Caddy
    $9.95
    (25)
  8. Smith & Wesson® Hands Free LED Flashlight
    Smith & Wesson® Hands Free LED Flashlight
    Special Price $19.95 Regular Price $24.95
    (22)
  9. Four Color Flashlight
    Four Color Flashlight
    $39.95
    (6)
  10. Cockpit Clip Flashlight
    Cockpit Clip Flashlight
    $12.95
    (4)
  11. Pilot’s PowerCap
    Pilot’s PowerCap
    $24.95
    (2)
  12. Emergency Strobe Light I
    Emergency Strobe Light I
    $21.95
    (12)
  13. Original Battery Caddy
    Original Battery Caddy
    $13.95
    (6)
  14. A9 Battery Caddy
    A9 Battery Caddy
    $9.95
    (9)

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