Du-hi! World's largest passenger plane lands in Glasgow
The arrival of the Superjumbo marks the start of a new service between Scotland and Dubai.
The world's largest passenger plane has touched down in Glasgow - marking the start of a new service to and from Dubai.
The Airbus A380 will fly twice a day, on a route operated by Emirates, from Tuesday April 16 for six months.
To ready the airport - Scotland's second-busiest after Edinburgh - for the Superjumbo, an £8m investment was made.
Updates included introducing the country's only triple airbridge that will allow all 500 passengers easy-access to the plane.
There will be three classes onboard - Economy, Business and First, which are Emirates' private suites.
Airport managing director Mark Johnston has described the decision by Emirates to introduce the aircraft as a "huge milestone" for Glasgow Airport and a first for the Scottish aviation industry.
The plane has the capacity for 489 passengers - the same as the main auditorium in Glasgow's Citizens Theatre, and 24 crew members.
Reporting by Courtney Cameron