Airbus A350 XWB will be present at the Singapore Airshow 2014

Airbus A350 XWB will be present at the Singapore Airshow 2014

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Airbus will unveil the new A350 XWB at the Singapore Airshow 2014, an event that will take place during the 11-16 February. The aircraft A350 XWB (MSN003) will be statically exposed, but will also participate by air demonstrations on the days of 11 and 12 February.

The A350 XWB is the most modern medium-sized widebody in the Airbus portfolio, currently being in an advanced phase of the testing program. The first delivery is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2014, and the first airline to take possession of an A350 XWB aircraft will be Qatar Airways.

The first flight with Airbus A350 XWB it was a success and a new tab was written in the history of Airbus

By participating in the A350 aircraft at the Singapore Airshow 2014, Airbus wants to give visitors the chance to see the new aircraft on the ground, yes and in the air through maneuverability demonstrations.

The new Airbus A350 XWB benefits from a large cabin, and its range is up to 15 300 Km. Airbus says the new A350 will be tailored to the needs of airlines in the Asia-Pacific area flying to destinations in Europe and North America. So far, the airlines in Asia that have ordered this type of aircraft are: AirAsia X, Air China, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, China Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Thai Airways International and Vietnam Airlines.

30% (244 units) of all orders for A350 are from the Asia-Pacific region. To date, 39 from airlines around the world have ordered 812 A350 XWB aircraft.

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  1. […] Hamad international from Doha, on its way to Singapore Airshow. As we announced, Airbus will be presenting the new A350 XWB at the Singapore Airshow 2014, an event that will take place during the 11-16 February. The aircraft A350 XWB (MSN003) will be exhibited […]

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