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|Continent: Europe||Country: United Kingdom||Region: England|
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Hawarden Airport often known as Chester Airport, is a small airport in Hawarden in north east Wales. It is situated 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km) west southwest of the city of Chester, which lies across the border in England. The airport is owned and operated by BAE Systems. A long term tenancy agreement has been signed with Airbus UK, giving rights as the sole operator of the site. At the airport there is a large Airbus factory which produces aircraft wings and also a Raytheon aircraft factory.
The aircraft factory located on the airfield is known as the Broughton factory, named after the nearest village.