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A350 XWB:
One complete
market matching
The A350 XWB has known one of the most successful
commercial launches in the aircraft industry, with a
wide customer base around the world: from the US to
Middle-East, from Europe to Asia.
This success reflects the close fit between the A350 XWB
and the needs expressed by the market:

25% step reduction in seat-mile costs

25% lower CO2 emissions

Wide cabin for enhanced comfort and efficiency

1 aircraft, 3 different sizes

The A350-800, A350-900 and A350-1000
share the same cross section, cockpit and
pilot type rating.
They also have common interior, systems,
operating and maintenance procedures,
and the same family of engines.

Flexibility to fit every market:

from all premium-class
to high-density economy




A350 XWB

Extra Wide Cabin, superior comfort

Wide bins

Wide windows

Full 3-D LED

mood lighting

Crew rest
out of revenue space

Wide fuselage
for more efficiency
and comfort

by design

The brand new cross section of the A350 XWB

provides passengers with high levels of comfort.
The extra widebody fuselage offers the advantage of being able to accommodate economy
class passengers at 8, 9 or even 10 abreast.

New fuselage
Fuselage with new, wide cross section, made
of more than 50% of composite materials that
generates lower operating costs.

Those generous dimensions also provide

additionnal space for optimized integration
of innovative premium class solutions.
The A350 XWB cabin design, with its smooth
curves, flowing lines, innovative lighting and
its wide windows helps create a
pleasant and
soothing atmosphere.
The A350 XWB also increases passengers
well-being with its low cabin altitude (6,000ft),
advanced air filtering and efficient air &
temperature management.

New wing
A composite wing, optimized for M0.85 cruise
speed, with state-of-the art aerodynamics and
advanced low-speed controls.

Step change
in profitability
New systems
Simple, efficient systems incorporating latest technology and developed from service
proven A380 technology.

Designed to maximize fuel efficiency and to

reduce maintenance costs, the A350 XWB is a
step ahead of new generation competitors and
a generation beyond in-service aircraft, offering
25% lower seat-mile costs.
In addition, the A350 XWB also offers greater
capacity for more revenue potential.

Block Fuel
per seat



A350 XWB

New engines
Next generation high by-pass ratio engines that
boast unrivalled fuel efficiency and minimize
environmental impact.

per seat

A350 XWB

Range nm
Range km
MTOW-tonnes basic
MTOW-tonnes highest option

8 500
15 700

8 100
15 000

8 400
15 600

Los Angeles

New York



Hong Kong

One aircraft type,

200-400 seats

Rio de Janeiro

Up to
8 500nm / 15 700km
8 500nm around London

The A350 XWB features a common flight deck
and virtually identical flying qualities with those of
the A320, A330, A340 and A380 Families.
Airlines benefit from significant savings through
reduced training requirements and a common
pool of pilots.

5 days




11 days

Cross Crew
and Mixed Fleet
Flying capability

A350 flight deck

A350 XWB

Recognizing the need for a sustainable development
of air travel, the environment will benefit from the
efficiency inherent in the A350 XWB Family.
Next generation engines and state of the art
aerodynamics help reduce emissions well below
current and future regulations.
NOx emissions will be up to 40% lower than CAEP/6
requirements and exterior noise levels will be up to
16dB lower than ICAO chapter 4 regulations.
The A350 XWB will have some of the lowest CO2
emissions in the industry which also means that, at
equal emissions levels, it is capable of carrying more
passengers than its competitors.

The A350 XWB is designed to be efficient on very
long-haul missions but also for regional operations.
To reduce costs on shorter range missions, it
combines reduced operating weight options with up
to 40% engine derate capability.
The A350 XWB cabin also provides the flexibility to
adapt to different markets. Its wide cross section can
accommodate 7 abreast regional business class, and
up to 10 abreast economy class seating.
Moreover, thanks to efficient design features, the
A350 XWB offers operators easier re-configuration
solutions. This provides market-matching flexibility,
for instance swapping some rows of business class
seats for more rows of economy class seats.

Business and economy classes

All economy class

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