Avlite Systems’ High Mobility Airfield Lighting Systems provide robust portable lighting solutions, ready for immediate deployment for either temporary or long-term operations.

With almost 40 years of design and manufacturing experience, the High Mobility Airfield Lighting Systems (HMALS) are offered in solar, hardwired and hybrid configurations to suit a variety of requirements,including military and emergency airfield lighting.

Variety of HMALS Configurations

The solar configuration of Avlite’s High Mobility Airfield Lighting System consists of runway edge and threshold lights, Runway End Indicator Lights (REILs), taxiway and obstruction lights, and necessary mounting.
The hardwired, AC powered High Mobility Airfield Lighting System (HMALS) includes runway edge lighting, approach lighting, threshold/ end lighting, taxiway lighting, Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI), distance-to-go markers and lighting, and obstruction lighting for up to 150ft. x 10,000 ft. (45m x 3,000m) runway. In case of generator or cable failure, a Hybrid HMALS option is available which includes a Battery Box.
A Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System with Runway End Indicator Lights (MALSR) Trailer is also available as part of the High Mobility Airfield Lighting System from Avlite.


  • All-in-one portable solar airfield lighting system
  • Heavy-duty trailer design for transportation and storage
  • In-trailer charging system based on solar and AC for all lights when in storage
  • Complete wireless control of airfield lighting once deployed
  • Customizable lighting configurations available to suit various applications
  • Optional Infrared (IR) Mode, illumination invisible to the naked eye to support NVG operations


  • Military
  • Emergency airfield lighting
  • Stand-by system in event of power failure
  • Humanitarian aid/medivac


Can be supplied to meet:
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 14 emergency lighting photometrics or FAA VFR & IFR Non Precision Medium Intensity Runway & Taxiway Lighting (MIRLs) photometrics