When we fly abroad we probably give very little thought about how the aircraft we're in was made.
Well here's an insight - and it's not any old plane, it's one of the newest - the Airbus 380, the world's biggest passenger jet.
Adam McClean reports:
Thousands of workers gathered at the Airbus factory at Broughton near Chester to watch its first flight as the Airbus A350 took off from Toulouse.
More than a thousand men and women helped build the plane's wings. They're hoping it'll secure the future of its six-thousand strong workforce.
More than 300 workers at the Airbus factory in Broughton celebrate the successful take off of the A350. Around 1000 workers helped build the wings of the aircraft.
The Prime Minister has confirmed that Airbus in Broughton have been given a multi billion pound shot in the arm.
Mr Cameron confirmed that the company will work on an order for a hundred new A 320 aircraft for Air Asia.
It'll help to safeguard 1500 jobs and more in the supply line.
Heres Elaine Willcox.
Airbus has announced a new order for 100 aircraft which it said will help sustain 9,000 jobs.
Prime Minister David Cameron joined the airline's founder during a visit to the Airbus factory in Broughton, North Wales, where the order was announced.
It'll help to safeguard 1500 jobs in our region and more in the supply line.
Workers in Broughton near Chester are celebrating after Airbus secure a £4.5 billion deal to sell planes to Phillipine Airlines.
More than 5,000 people work at the site which will make the aircraft's wings.
A multi-billion pound deal for Airbus, which makes wings for its aircraft at its factory at Broughton near Chester has just been announced.
Philippines Airlines is to buy fifty four of the company's planes in a deal worth £4.5billion.
Airbus employs more than 5,000 people at its Broughton site. It's thought the deal will significantly increase job security for the workforce.