An Australian passenger jet has made an historic landing in the Antarctic.
The airbus a–319 landed on a runway of ice earlier this week.
... Listen to that wind...
The manager of the Australian Antarctic air link project called the 12–hour round trip flight a success.
Preparations are now under way for the first passenger flight in the next week.
But trips won't be open to tourists.
For the time being, they are for scientists and research staff only.
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