Runway Painting

Hi-Lite’s team of professional runway technicians have years of experience doing lay-outs and pavement painting at airports across the U.S. and Canada.

Hi-Lite’s state of the art paint trucks are FAA approved, self contained, self propelled spray type machines that meet and exceed all Federal Aviation requirements. All Hi-Lite paint trucks are capable of applying airfield paint and glass beads in widths of 4 inches up to 3 feet in a single pass, saving their clients time and money. Hi-Lite paint trucks are equipped with generators and lights for night work, as well as furnaces to keep the paint heated to constant temperatures.


Taxiway Painting

Taxiway centerline markings provide a visual cue to pilots, along a designated path, where taxiing is permitted. Taxiway holding position markings indicate where an aircraft is to stop before proceeding to enter or cross the runway. It’s crucial that all taxiways have centerline, runway holding position, as well as shoulder and edge markings, in all the appropriate areas.

For the utmost safety, taxiway markings need to be clearly visible to the naked eye and to all Instrument Landing Systems.


Temporary Displaced Thresholds

Displacing or relocating runway thresholds requires removing the existing markings and repainting them in the new location. Since its necessary when removing and remarking runway thresholds to shut down the entire runway, it’s imperative to get the job done as quickly as possible.


Ramps, Aprons & Gates

Airport ramps, aprons and gates, because of the constant flow of aircraft, maintenance vehicles and equipment, airport personnel and passengers, are critical to the day to day operation of any airport.

Hi-Lite has mastered the precise work methods needed to paint airport ramps, aprons and gates. Working swiftly to not disrupt daily operations, Hi-Lite uses just the right equipment, operated by well-trained technicians, to remove any existing markings. Then, the Hi-Lite crew lays down new, crisp, precise markings that are highly visible day or night ensuring the smooth and safe flow of aircraft, equipment and people.