The world's largest commercial airliner, the Airbus A380, landed at Cardiff Airport today to test how the site could cope with a diversion and the potential for long-haul flights.
Earlier this year, the Welsh Government bought it with the hope of attracting more operators - and this was a big moment for the airport.
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