Singapore Airlines has announced the launch of a new route to Stockholm, via Moscow, served by the airline’s A350-900 aircraft. These flights will operate as codeshare with SAS Scandinavian Airlines.
I love watching “how it’s made” videos. This one takes us through the manufacturing process of Cathay Pacific Airways’ new A350 aircraft which landed for the first time in Hong Kong yesterday.
Cathay is the sixth airline to fly Airbus’ sleek wide body introduced in 2014.
The Cathay A350-900 feautres a three class layout with 280 seats in all, including 38 Business Class seats convertible to fully lie-flat beds, 28 in Premium Economy seats and 214 Economy seats..
We’ve seen a lot of airlines show off the beauty of the A350 cabin, but Singapore Airlines gives us an AvGeek peek at why this aircraft is also a beauty to fly.
Airbus and Philippine Airlines announced at the Singapore Airshow a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for six A350-900s, with options for another six purchase which will support Philippine Airlines future long haul fleet.
Philippine Airlines further confirmed that its A350-900s will feature a premium three class layout and will operate on non-stop flights from Manila to the US west coast and New York, as well as new destinations in Europe.
The aircraft continues to grow in popularity around the world and Airbus reports is particularly popular among Asia Pacific carriers.
Singapore Airlines first A350-900 has taken off on its maiden flight in Toulouse, bringing us one step closer to seeing this beauty in service.
During my tour of the new Finnair A350 from Hamburg to Helsinki, I was especially struck by the capitalisation on light against a neutral canvas.
Finnair’s new A350XWB, MSN18, has rolled out of the hangar in Toulouse, looking pretty sharp. The upcoming launch of service aboard this aircraft will make Finnair the first European airline, and the third airline in the world, to offer passengers a unique A350 flying experience.
Finnair has announced the strengthening of ties with fellow one world alliance members Japan Airlines and Qantas, which give Finnair passengers new codeshares services to Busan, South Korea and Perth, Australia.
Finnair is justifiably excited over the progress of its A350 in Toulouse. It will be the first A350 aircraft to fly for a European carrier, and it’s shaping up to be a beauty.
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Airbus has celebrated EASA approval of their revolutionary new A350-900 aircraft, by sharing some pretty amazing shots of five A350XWB aircraft flying in formation. Leeham News has put together a wonderful review of the program from the beginning to now, and it seemed a gallery review of the inside and out of this plane, sharing insights on the cabin innovations, was the only thing missing to complete the celebration. So here it is!
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