If the Secretary of State1 is satisfied that, in order to avoid danger to aircraft flying in darkness or conditions of bad visibility in the vicinity of any licensed2 or authorised3 aerodrome, provision ought to be made for giving warning to such aircraft, whether by lighting or otherwise, of the presence of any building, structure or erection in that vicinity, he may by order4 authorise the proprietor of the aerodrome5, and any person acting under the proprietor's instructions, to execute, install, maintain, operate and, as occasion requires, to repair or alter, any works and apparatus which may be necessary
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