The environmental performance of Airbus’ A350-800 is supported by next-generation Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines and state-of-the-art aerodynamics, both of which help reduce its emissions below current and anticipated future regulatory levels.
Dimensions & key data
The A350-800 is designed to carry 276 passengers in a two-class layout over routes as long as 8,250 nautical miles.
It is the ideal size and has the best economics for opening and developing new long-range city-pair services. Outstanding operating efficiency is further enhanced when the commonality advantages of operation with other A350 XWB models are included.
|Overall length||198 ft 7 in 60.54 m|
|Cabin length||- - -|
|Fuselage width||19 ft 7 in 5.96 m|
|Max cabin width||18 ft 5 in 5.61 m|
|Wing span (geometric)||212 ft 5 in 64.75 m|
|Height||55 ft 11 in 17.05 m|
|Track||34 ft 9 in 10.60 m|
|Wheelbase||81 ft 7 in 24.86 m|
|Range||8 250 nm 15 300 km|
|Max ramp weight||548.7 (573.0) lb x 1000 248.9 (259.9) tonnes|
|Max take-off weight||546.7 lb x 1000 248.0 tonnes|
|Max landing weight||418.9 (425.5) lb x 1000 190.0 (193.0) tonnes|
|Max zero fuel weight||392.4 (399.0) lb x 1000 178.0 (181.0) tonnes|
|Max fuel capacity||36 456 USG 138 000 litres|
|RR Trent XWB|
|Thrust range||79 000 lb slst 337 kN|
Ranges shown are for typical passenger load