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Sky gazers should not be alarmed if they catch sight of some fast and furious formation flying next week.
The Royal New Zealand Air Force is basing its annual pilot training exercise in Dunedin, and will be taking to the skies with several of its 11 Beechcraft T-6C Texan II training aircraft.
Full details of the exercise - including intended fly zones - would be released on Monday.
Flights were likely to cover the wider Otago region, giving trainees a chance to experience diverse terrain, she said.
Four of the Beechcraft planes were seen in Wanaka yesterday, where they were conducting a separate instructor training flight.