Fire training at airport on Wednesday

If you see a plume of dark smoke from the airport on Wednesday, there's no need to panic.

Fire training is scheduled for the day, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,

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"These fires are held in self-contained training facilities under controlled circumstances and are part of ongoing recurrent fire training and certification," Prince George Airport Authority spokesperson Lindsay Cotter said in a statement.

"These fires may produce dark smoke in and around the airport area which has, in

the past, caused concern from local residents resulting in increased call volumes to

your agencies."

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