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46. Each signal described in the first column of Table A, when directed from an aerodrome to an aircraft or to a vehicle, or from an aircraft, shall have the meanings respectively appearing in the second, third and fourth columns of that Table opposite the description of the signal.
|From an aerodrome|
|Characteristic and colour of light beam or pyrotechnic||to an aircraft in flight||to an aircraft or vehicle on the aerodrome||From an aircraft in flight to an aerodrome|
|(a) Continuous red light.||Give way to other aircraft and continue circling.||Stop.||—|
|(b) Red pyrotechnic light, or red flare.||Do not land; wait for permission.||—||Immediate assistance is requested.|
|(c) Red flashes.||Do not land; aerodrome not available for landing.||Move clear of landing area.||—|
|(d) Green flashes.||Return to aerodrome; wait for permission to land.||To an aircraft: you may move on the manoeuvring area and apron.|
|To a vehicle: you may move on the manoeuvring area.||—|
|(e) Continuous green light.||You may land.||You may take off (not applicable to a vehicle).||—|
|(f) Continuous green light, or green flashes, or green pyrotechnic light.||—||—||By night: may I land?|
|By day: may I land in direction different from that indicated by landing T?|
|(g) White flashes.||Land at this aerodrome after receiving continuous green light, and then, after receiving green flashes, proceed to the apron.||Return to starting point on the aerodrome.||I am compelled to land.|
|(h) White pyro-technic lights. Switching on and off the navigation lights. Switching on and off the landing lights.||—||—||I am compelled to land.|