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17 September 2015
Commercial Aircraft

Finnair’s first A350 XWB makes its maiden flight

A350 XWB_Finnair maiden flight 2
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17 September 2015

A350 XWB_Finnair maiden flight 2

After completing its maiden flight from Toulouse, France on 17 September 2015, Finnair’s first A350 XWB will enter the final production phase – which is to include further ground checks and flight tests

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17 September 2015

A350 XWB_Finnair maiden flight 2

The no. 1 A350 XWB for Finnair completed its first flight from Toulouse, France on 17 September 2015, weeks ahead of its scheduled delivery by Airbus

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The first A350 XWB for Finnair has completed its first flight in Toulouse. The aircraft will now enter the final production phase including further ground checks and flight tests. The aircraft is scheduled for delivery in the coming weeks.

Finnair will become the first airline in Europe to operate the A350 XWB and the third operator in the world. Finnair has acquired a total of 19 A350 XWBs and will operate its fleet on premium long haul routes, beginning with services between Helsinki and Shanghai.

The A350 XWB is Airbus’ all-new mid-size long range aircraft family and the newest member of Airbus' leading widebody family. The A350 XWB is the world’s most modern and efficient aircraft family, setting new standards in terms of flight experience for passengers, operational efficiency and cost-effectiveness for airlines. The A350 XWB had received 782 Firm orders from 40 customers as of August 2015.


A350 XWB_Finnair maiden flight 2
 

After completing its maiden flight from Toulouse, France on 17 September 2015, Finnair’s first A350 XWB will enter the final production phase – which is to include further ground checks and flight tests

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