A veteran British Airways pilot hailed a hero for saving the lives of passengers on a burning plane bound for London has said he is unlikely to fly again.
All 157 passengers and 13 crew members were able to safely evacuate the aircraft after Captain Henkey performed a "hard stop" from take-off speed on the runway.
"It's safe to say I'm finished flying," Mr Henkey said.
His fiance, Lenka Nevolna, 40, praised the pilot's actions:
He's a hero. He's a great man with a warm heart, and generosity, and I'm very proud of him.
She said she was "very shocked" by what had happened and added: "I'm glad that no one's hurt and everything is going to be fine."
Asked if he is always so cool and calm, she said: "Yes, most of the time, and he's loved by everyone, we are very proud of him."
"He is safe and happy," she said. "I've had some messages from him. He did a bloody good job."
Fire officials said at least 14 people were taken to hospital with minor injuries, mostly caused by sliding down the inflatable chutes to escape.
BA would not reveal how many Britons were on the plane, although the Las Vegas to Gatwick route is popular with UK leisure travellers.