The Secretary of State1 may make regulations (commonly referred to as the 'Rules of the Air')2 prescribing the manner in which aircraft may move or fly3, the lights and other signals to be shown or made by aircraft or persons4, the lighting and marking of aerodromes5, and any other provisions for securing the safety of aircraft in flight and in movement and the safety of persons and property on the surface6.
It is an offence to contravene the Rules of the Air, to permit the contravention of them, or to fail to comply with them7.
The Rules of the Air supplement
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