First passenger flight to remote British territory

More people from the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena live in the south of England than on the Island itself.

And now a new airport and regular flights mean it'll be easier for them - and for tourists - to visit one of the most remote places on earth.

In the second of his reports marking the new air link, our reporter Richard Jones has been speaking to islanders who've gone back - and to tourists visiting for the first time.