You may want to thank me for this if you don’t know the correct way.
navigation lights = when taxing or flying in the night or when electrical power is on. Keep on till complete shutdown
Beacon lights = turn on before engine start up. turn off after engine shutdown
Strobes = turn on when on a runway(also use when crossing a runway) and keep on when airborne
Landing lights = turn on when you are cleared for take-off, if you are told to line up and wait, keep them off until you are cleared to take-off. keep on until passing 10000ft. when landing turn them on when passing under 10000ft and keep on till you vacate the runway.
Taxi lights = during taxi
logo = turn on when on the ground, when taxing. turn off when airborne, and turn back on before landing
Navigation lights = when taxing or flying in the night
Beacon lights = turn on before engine start up, turn off after engine shutdown
Strobes = Night - on when on a runway and airborne and at daytime - optional
Landing lights = Night - for take-off and landings, in the daytime - on final (optional)
Taxi lights = when needed for taxi
I do hope this helps you a lot, and also in the future as some of these lights, we don’t even have yet.
Here’s how I know what to do for GA.
My lambs has white anti-collision lights on the wings. (Strobes)
For us it’s strobes on before engine start
Nav lights 1hour before sunset and 1 hour after sunrise. Taxi light-taxing around the airport. Better visibility for other planes. Landing light-on Takeoff and Final approach along with Taxi light on
It’s what I’ve been taught. All pilots come up with that they like too do best that suits them and applies to the FAA. Neither way is wrong or right. It just helps me with my flows in the cockpit when I’m flying