A flight in the jet that can take you from London to Miami has taken a flight from London back to Dublin and back again.
Dublin’s Ryanair jet, which has been on the back of the Guinness Book of World Records for the fastest commercial flight ever made, will fly from the airport on the southern outskirts of Dublin to Miami, taking a total of 8,800km (5,700 miles) to get there.
Its journey took seven days, from the centre of Dublin on the south coast to the south of Ireland, then two days back to London on the east coast.
It is the longest commercial flight in Irish history and it has been a long time coming.
Dubliner Ryanair has made a huge profit over the last 10 years but has struggled to compete with the likes of the ultra-fast US airline American Airlines and the more expensive German airline Lufthansa.
Ryanair is the only Irish airline to compete in the skies, and it was founded by Michael O’Leary, who made a fortune by running a company that was later bought by American Airlines in 2009.
Ryanairs jets have been a favourite among Irish people for decades.
Ryanair passengers have flown for generations in their coach and jet, taking advantage of the countrys famed sunshine, low temperatures and excellent scenery.
It took the airline nine years to fly its first flight, in 2003, but the company was able to make significant progress in the decade that followed.
In 2008, Ryanair was awarded the first of four Guinness Book Of World Records by the Guinness World Records Committee, for the longest flight in a single aircraft, beating out the German Airspace Company.
The aircraft was launched in 2009 and has been used on numerous flights over the past decade.
In 2016, Ryanairs jets were also the fastest jet to land on the runway at Dublin Airport.
Ryanairs plane landed on the north side of the runway with the speed of 35mph, a record.
RyanAir is now hoping to get the Guinness Record again, this time for the world record in the world of jet flying.
This new plane will have a new cockpit, as well as a new wing and a new fuselage, to make it one of the fastest planes in the business.
It will be the first time Ryanair will take the Guinness Airworthiness Standard for its jet engines, which have become the world standard for jet fuel.
Ryan is also set to make a dramatic change in its corporate structure.
Ryan Air will be sold to the European airline Eurowings, which owns the Guinness Airways brand, in 2019.