Fire crews were called to tackle a blaze at the Airbus factory site in Broughton in Flintshire.
Two pumps from Deeside attended the scene where the paint spraying facility of the factory was on fire.
A spokesman for North Wales Fire Service said the fire had been put but the cause is not yet known.
No one was injured.
Woman's death is 'not suspicious'
The death of a 32-year-old woman in Abergavenny is no longer being treated as suspicious, say Gwent Police.
The body of Sarah Elizabeth Barker was found at an address in the town centre on Monday morning.
A post mortem examination was carried out by a Home Office pathologist.
Officers are continuing their inquiries. A Gwent Police spokesperson said their main line of enquiry was to establish the cause of death for the coroner.
Man killed in crash is named
Police have named an 84-year-old man who was killed after colliding with a car on a busy street in Cardiff.
Henry Grant, who was also known as Harry, died on March 14 in Merthyr Road, Whitchurch.
His widow, Wal Grant paid tribute to her husband: "Harry was a lovely man.
"He was always so fit and healthy and he was looking forward to his 85th birthday and his Diamond Wedding Anniversary.
"I will miss him very much, as will all his family, friends and relatives."
Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision to contact the Eastern Roads Policing Unit on 02920 222 111.
Fire investigation at Penarth school
Police have said a fire at a school in the Vale of Glamorgan is being treated as suspicious.
Officers have said that flames were seen coming out of portable classroom at St Cyres Comprehensive School in Penarth, just before half past eight on Saturday night.
The main building was unscathed and no one was injured, but one portable classroom was extensively damaged.
Speed warnings for M4 drivers
A serious accident could occur between junctions 39 and 40 on the M4 unless
drivers stick to speed restrictions, say the Mid & South Wales Safety Camera Partnership.
High speeds have been recorded on the stretch - despite warnings of the 50mph speed limit and mobile cameras in use on the M4 because of roadworks.
Partnership manager Phil Davies said the high speeds are unacceptable and put lives, including those of roadworkers as well as motorists, at risk.