Aviation giant Airbus says it has found a long term fix for faults in some of its super jumbo wings made in Flintshire.
Small cracks were discovered and temporary repairs made.
Safety experts and the company itself say there was never any risk to passengers.
Our Business Correspondent Carole Green reports from the company's headquarters in Toulouse
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