Air accident investigators have now finished looking into a plane crash on Tuesday.
Doctors are still treating the 48 year old Belgian at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol where he had surgery for two fractured vertibrae and some burns.
The airport has now partially reopened, but significant repairs are still needed to parts of the runway. It's hoped the airfield will full reopen on Monday morning.
On Tuesday, the pilot crashed when his twin-engined plane hit the tarmac when trying to land. He was conscious when the emergency services arrived at the airport in Kemble, and managed to climb out of the plane.
He'd suffered serious burns though after a fire broke out on the aircraft.
The victim was airlifted to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol by the Wiltshire Air Ambulance.
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