The new Great Western Air Ambulance has taken flight - if only a metre or so above ground.
The helicopter was showing off what it can do in front of the press pack at Filton Airfield.
The £250,000 craft brings the service into the 21st century and means it can use the new helipad at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, allowing its patients immediate access to the hospital.
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