The Airbus A350 is a long range wide body twin engined airliner made by Airbus. The A350 is the first Airbus aircraft to have fuselage and wings made primarily of carbon fibre reinforced polymer. Originally there were to be three models of the aircraft, the -800, -900 and -1000. However due to lack of orders, the smallest version, the -800 has not been developed.
Originally the aircraft fuselage was to have the same cross section as the Airbus A330, which it was originally designed to replace. However after feedback from airlines, it was decided to build the fuselage with a new cross section and the aircraft was given the suffix XWB for eXtra Wide Body.
The first flight of the aircraft was on 14th June 2010 from Toulouse-Blagnac airport and the first aircraft to be delivered to a customer was made on 22 December 2014 to Qatar Airways.
The A350 was certified to ETOPS 350 minutes capability on entry into service with the plan to reach 420 min later in service.
The -900 is 66.8m (219ft 6in) long with a wing span of 64.75m (212ft 5in), the -1000 has a fuselage length of 73.78m (242ft 8in) with the same wingspan. Both have a maximum passenger capacity of 440.
All the A350 models are powered by the Rolls Royce Trent XWB.
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The -900 was originally to be the mid sized version of the aircraft, but as the smallest version of the aircraft, the -800 is now not going to be built, so the -900 is now the smallest version.
The aircraft normally carries between 315 & 325 passengers in two class configuration over 8,100nm (15,000km)
The -1000 is the largest version of the aircraft carrying between 366 & 369 passengers in two class configuration.
The range of the aircraft is 7,950nm (14,750km) and was certified on 21 November 2017.
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