Two Airbus workers have been disciplined after posting photographs of a fatal plane crash online.
The images of the horrific accident at Hawarden Airport, which claimed the lives of pilot Gary Vickers, 58, and his girlfriend Kaye Clarke, 42, were shared on social media.
Shortly afterwards, bosses at the Broughton site launched an investigation which concluded that strict regulations were breached.
Two members of staff have now been disciplined for the unauthorised use of cameras on company grounds.
An Airbus spokesman said: “Airbus can confirm that an investigation was launched after photographs were taken on the Broughton site following the tragic accident in November and shared on social media channels.
“In common with many manufacturing facilities, we do not allow photography on site except by authorised people and only under certain circumstances. As a result of this investigation, we can confirm that two people working on the Broughton site were found to be in breach of company procedures and were subject to the associated disciplinary action.”
He added: “For reasons of confidentiality we are not able to provide further details on the nature of this disciplinary action.”
Mr Vickers and Ms Clarke were on their way back from Paris when their twin-engine plane crashed as they attempted to land.
Mr Vickers, who co-owned the Mill Hotel in Chester with his father Gordon, was killed instantly while Miss Clarke died later at the Countess of Chester Hospital.