Passengers on a flight from Cardiff to Paris faced delays after their plane hit a bird shortly after take off.
The Flybe plane took off for Charles de Gaulle in Paris at 9:25am and should've landed an hour and 20 minutes later.
But, it struck a bird minutes into the journey and the plane was forced to do an emergency U-turn.
The aircraft circled over South Wales before it was given permission to return to land at Cardiff Airport to be inspected.
A spokesperson for Flybe said safety was it's number one priority.