Ohakea Air Force Tattoo February 2017
The Central North Island was abuzz as the February 2017 Air Force tattoo took to the skies over the weekend.
Fighter jets, Hornets, Hercules and Orion aircraft took were just some of the aircraft that soared through the skies on Saturday.
A large crowd of people attended this event, enjoying the air display on a lovely warm day.
Close inspection will show the large amount of cones we used in the traffic management of this event.
A great weekend was experienced by all that attended the 85th anniversary celebrations.
The Royal New Zealand Air Force Chief of Air Force Tony Davies said the day bought together crews from the UK, Japan, Australia, Canada, France and Singapore.
He said it was an important event and chance to bring people together in celebration, and allow the New Zealand public to experience what the Air Force is all about.
Men at Work were thanked for the excellent way they managed the crowd and the quality of their traffic management.
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