A350

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker says Airbus should admit to A350 surface flaws

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker called on Airbus to admit that it had flaws on the surface of its A350 jets.   ...


Lessor ALC orders 111 aircraft from Airbus, including first A350 freighters

Lessor ALC is ordering 111 aircraft from Airbus across its range of types, including the first A350 freighters  ...


Can flying in formation save fuel? Airbus trials concept on transatlantic flight

Airbus shows how wake energy retrieval can help save fuel on a demonstration flight across the Atlantic  ...


Airbus increases profit expectations on increased deliveries, cost control

Airbus increases its profit target for 2021, citing a rise in deliveries and cost control  ...


Finnair uses A350s to raise cash in sale and leaseback deal

Finnair is selling and leasing back four of its A350s to raise funds to boost its finances  ...


SAS defers A350 deliveries, narrows Q3 losses

SAS is deferring deliveries of two A350 aircraft by a year and says it needs to focus more on leisure travel, amid new competition in Scandinavia  ...


Airbus delivers first A350 from Tianjin facility in China

Airbus delivered the first A350 from its widebody completion & delivery center in Tianjin, China. The A350-900 aircraft was delivered to China Eastern Airlines....


Luftwaffe breaks record for longest Airbus A350 flight

The Luftwaffe broke the record for the longest Airbus A350 flight, flying 17,000 kilometers non-stop from Cologne to Canberra....


Second German governmental A350 completes maiden flight

The second A350 to be used by the Luftwaffe for the transport of the German government representatives completed its maiden flight at Airbus’ main facility of Toulouse-Blagnac....


Rolls-Royce identifies cracks on A350 XWB engine blades

Rolls-Royce identified signs of wear in the blades of some Intermediate Pressure Compressors (IPC) of XWB-84 engines that power Airbus A350, the manufacturer revealed on August 11, 2020....