A guide dog has been named EasyJet's most frequent flying dog.
Joey, a golden labrador, mainly flies between London Luton and Paphos in Cyprus, with his owner Jan Gibson.
The pair, who are from Swindon, have notched up 35 flights, and have been invited to join the airline's "furry flight club".
7-year-old Joey has been with Jan for five years and is her fifth guide dog.
He enjoys flying, and will usually sleep through most of the flight, although he does go for a walk half way through.
Guide and assistance dogs are the only animals allowed on EasyJet flights.