Short-range commercial aircraft A350-900
300+ Pers.turbojet

short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
short-range commercial aircraft
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Characteristics

Type
short-range
Passenger capacity
300+ Pers.
Engine type
turbojet

Description

Shaping the future of air travel In providing ultimate flexibility and versatility to operators, the uncompromised all-new design of the A350-900 delivers capacity, range, and economics, while providing the best cabin environment. As the cornerstone member in Airbus’ A350 Family, the A350-900 accommodates 300-350 passengers in a standard three-class configuration, and flies efficiently on everything from short-range segments to ultra-long-range routes of up to 9,700nm (18,000km) non-stop. Like all members of the A350 Family, the A350-900 benefits from the most modern airliner cabin – delivering new standards of comfort to passengers throughout the flight. The advances made in the A350’s cabin have led to development of the Airspace™ concept, which delivers the perfect space for passenger well-being, which is now offered on other members of Airbus’ commercial aircraft families. Passengers on the A350-900 can look forward to a spacious, elegantly-lit cabin as they settle into Airbus’ wider seats for an enjoyable flight. The cabin’s quietness contributes to a relaxing environment, while the latest in-flight entertainment allows passengers to access movies on demand or stay up-to-date with the world below, thanks to Wi-Fi and mobile phone connectivity.

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