Ever wanted to know how to fly an aeroplane?
As Airbus is poised to secure its first customer for the world's biggest passenger jet in over a year Emirates pilot Ali Kashwani gives an interesting insight into flying the giant aircraft.
Japan's biggest carrier ANA Holdings is reported to be interested in buying three jets in a the deal worth in the region of £1bn.
It would be a big boost for Airbus, which has a factory in Broughton and whose top customer for the world's largest passenger aircraft is the Emirates airline, which has ordered or committed to order a total of 140 A380s.
Ali Kashwani, Emirates senior training captain - A380, gives a tour of the flight deck and explains how the world’s largest passenger aircraft takes to the skies.