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14 October 2015
Commercial Aircraft

Airbus completes painting of Singapore Airlines’ first A350 XWB

Singapore Airlines’ first A350 XWB painted
Singapore Airlines’ first A350 XWB painted
14 October 2015

Singapore Airlines’ first A350 XWB painted

The no. 1 A350 XWB jetliner for Singapore Airlines has received its livery with the completion of painting at Airbus facility in Toulouse, France

The first A350-900 for Singapore Airlines has been revealed in the airline’s livery following completion of painting in Toulouse. The aircraft is now set to move to the next stages of production, including the installation of engines and cabin furnishing, before starting ground and flight tests. The aircraft is scheduled for delivery to Singapore Airlines in the first quarter of 2016.
Singapore Airlines has ordered a total of 67 A350s and will operate the aircraft on long haul routes to Europe as well as on ultra-long range non-stop services to US and selected regional routes.
The A350 XWB is the latest addition to the market-leading Airbus widebody product line. It features the latest aerodynamic design, carbon fiber fuselage and wings, plus new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines. Together, these latest technologies bring unrivalled level of operational efficiency, with a 25 per cent reduction in fuel burn and emissions, and significantly lower maintenance costs.
At the end of September, Airbus has recorded a total of 783 firm orders for the A350 XWB from 41 customers worldwide, already making it one of the most successful widebody aircraft ever..
Singapore Airlines’ first A350 XWB painted  
14 October 2015 A350-900

The no. 1 A350 XWB jetliner for Singapore Airlines has received its livery with the completion of painting at Airbus facility in Toulouse, France

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