In pictures: World's longest plastic-free flight touches down in Brisbane

Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways will be the first airline in the region to operate a flight without any single-use plastics on board, in a bid to raise awareness of the effects of plastic pollution.
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-1.jpg
1 of 12
Etihad single-use plastic free flight arrives in Brisbane
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-2.jpg
2 of 12
Cabin crew preparing for the single-use plastic free flight
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-3.jpg
3 of 12
Etihad flight deck and cabin crew arrive in Brisbane
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-4.jpg
4 of 12
Edible coffee cup
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-5.jpg
5 of 12
Flying Nanny distributing eco plush toys 2
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-6.jpg
6 of 12
Eco blankets made out of recycled plastic bottles
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-7.jpg
7 of 12
Eco friendly amenity kits
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-8.jpg
8 of 12
Eco friendly plates and cutlery
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-9.jpg
9 of 12
Edible coffee cup
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-10.jpg
10 of 12
Economy class seats
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-11.jpg
11 of 12
Eco toothpaste tablets
Etihad-Airways-Earth-Day-Brisbane-12.jpg
12 of 12
Eco plush toys