Condensation clouds engulf plane's wings as it takes off from Manchester Airport

A plane taking off from Manchester Airport almost disappears as clouds of condensation forms around its wings.

The footage taken in late June 2017 shows the air around the wings of the plane turning into vapour, forming clouds.

These clouds are caused by a reduction in air pressure created by the wings. This then cools the air making the surrounding water vapour visible.

The filmer later told Newsflare: "The amazing condensation was good enough for me. But to top it off, there was even a bit of cloud cutting, caused by the wake turbulence of the aircraft, something you don't see every day."

Wake turbulence refers to the disturbance in the atmosphere that forms behind an aircraft as it passes through the air.