Aeroflot has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the launch operator of the latest generation widebody aircraft in eastern Europe and CIS.
After detailed evaluation of the Boeing 777X and Airbus A350, Qantas has selected the A350-1000 as the preferred aircraft for the ultra-long-haul project Sunrise.
Scandinavian carrier SAS has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the newest operator of the latest generation widebody aircraft. The airline has a total of eight A350-900 aircraft on order and operates a fleet of 68 Airbus aircraft.
Airbus and Emirates Airline have finalised a purchase agreement for 50 A350-900s – the manufacturer’s newest generation widebody aircraft. The order was signed at the Dubai Air Show by sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum and Guillaume Faury, Airbus chief executive.
British Airways’ first Airbus 350, registration G-XWBA, touched down at London Heathrow earlier. The plane features the airline’s newest generation business class seat, the Club Suite.
Customers can now book flights on Virgin Atlantic’s brand-new Airbus A350 aircraft. The new planes feature an entirely redesigned upper-class cabin, as well as the airline’s new social space - the Loft.
Japan Airlines has taken delivery of its first A350 XWB at Airbus headquarters in Toulouse, France. The A350-900 is the first aircraft produced by Airbus for JAL.
On January 28th next year, the first of eight new Airbus A350s will officially enter into long-haul service between Copenhagen and Chicago, one of the most popular SAS routes.
Fiji Airways has adopted the A350 XWB as part of its expansion plans to broaden its international network. Two A350-900s will be leased from Dubai-based DAE Capital, making Fiji Airways the newest operator and DAE Capital the latest customer.