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14 July 2014
Commercial Aircraft

Airbus sets the widebody standard with its A330, A350 XWB and A380 jetliners

A350 XWB landing at Farnborough Airshow-2
Widebody excellence is a fundamental part of Airbus’ DNA, tracing its roots to the company’s origins and providing the most modern and comprehensive product line, consisting of its A330, A350 XWB and A380 families. 
These jetliners are designed to serve all higher-capacity markets worldwide, and have a well-deserved reputation for their unbeatable economics – with the A330 and its newly-launched NEO (new engine option) variant, the A350 XWB and A380 each outperforming their direct competitors in many of the most important categories. 
Airbus’ three widebody families also deliver unmatched passenger comfort, affording ample space to include roomier interiors, bigger overhead bins, the latest in-flight entertainment systems, common areas and much more. 
The significant operational advantages of these product lines are being highlighted during this week’s Farnborough Airshow with launch of a new advertising campaign. In addition, the biennial UK industry event features static and flying displays of the A350 XWB and A380 – along with the official announcement of Airbus’ new A330neo version.
Reflecting their popularity worldwide, Airbus has secured orders for more than 3,500 widebody aircraft from all types of operators – with these jetliners being flown virtually everywhere on the globe. 
A350 XWB landing at Farnborough Airshow-2
 

Airbus’ MSN004 developmental A350 XWB aircraft arrived in Hampshire, England in preparation for its Farnborough International Airshow debut this week

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