A pilot flew 80 passengers from Cardiff to Paris then told them: "We have to turn back - I'm not qualified to land."
The pilot took the decision after thick fog cut visibility to 700 metres at Charles de Gaulle airport and he told passengers he was not trained to land the aircraft in such conditions.
So, they flew the 300 miles back to Cardiff airport - having left just hours earlier.
So, let me get this right - he's not qualified to land in Paris but he is qualified to land in Cardiff !? Strikes me as very odd. Anyhow, were there no other airports closer than Cardiff where he could have landed? Sounds to me like he shouldn't be flying at all.