Indonesia Airbus deal boost for Broughton plant

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The Airbus plant in Flintshire has received a boost after a £326m deal to sell 11 A330 aircraft to airline Garuda Indonesia.

The manufacturing site in Broughton, which makes wings for the aircraft, has 5,000 employees.

Prime Minister David Cameron announced the deal on his trade tour of East and South East Asia and said it was "good news for the UK aerospace industry".

The BBC's Nick Ravenscroft takes a look at the factory where the wings are made.

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