The giant A380 which has been partially developed in Bristol visited the city over the weekend on a tour of the UK and Europe.
It's estimated a million people turned out during the tour to get a glimpse of the huge new airliner.
Inside the plane engineers test how it is performing - here, test pilot Harry Nelson walks past some of the equipment being used.
Out of the window is the tarmac of Filton Airfield - as seen by product engineering leader for Airbus A308 fuel systems Loraine Mciliree.
Manufacturer Airbus employs around 10,500 workers in the UK at its facilities near Bristol and in north Wales.
The Airbus visited both Northern Ireland and Scotland during its tour of the UK.
A fully-operational A380 can carry more than 500 passengers - around a dozen were delivered to airline firms in 2008.
The A380 first flew into Bristol in 2006 and draws a crowd every time it visits.
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