Australian scientists have made their first frosty landing on a runway made of ice in Antarctica.
It's the first passenger plane to land on the 4km-long Wilkins Runway and marks the start of a weekly air link between the two continents. But sadly it's not open to tourists.
It's great news for scientists though as the flight takes just 4.5 hours from Hobart, Tasmania. It used to take them five weeks to reach the remote Casey research base by boat!
Facilities are a bit basic - check out this igloo toilet - but being able to make the trip so quickly means the experts can speed up the way they work.
Eight resident scientists who've spent the past two years building the icy runway were among those who welcomed the visitors in the midnight sun and temperatures of -17C.
The pilot had no problems landing on the ice and even said he thought it was smoother than those at a lot of traditional airports!