Shaping the future of air travel

The A350-900 is the cornerstone member of Airbus’ all-new A350 Family, which is shaping the future air travel. This jetliner accommodates between 300 and 350 passengers in a standard three-class configuration and its state-of-the-art comfort and amenities ensure that everyone on-board enjoys a pleasant flight. As with all A350 models, its fuselage is built with carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) – which supports lower fuel burn, easier maintenance and increased resistance to corrosion.

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  • Range 15 000 km 8 100 nm
  • Typical seating 3-class 300-350 300-350
  • Overall length 66.80 m 219 ft 2 in
  • Height 17.05 m 55 ft 11 in
  • Wing span 64.75 m 212 ft 5 in
Overall length
66.80 m
Cabin length
51.04 m
Fuselage width 5.96 m
Max cabin width 5.61 m
Wing span (geometric) 64.75 m
Height 17.05 m
Track 10.60 m
Wheelbase 28.66 m
Pax Max seating  
  Typical seating 3-class   300-350
LD3 capacity underfloor
  Max pallet number underfloor  
  Water volume 
223 m³
Range   15 000 km
Mmo      M0.89
Max ramp weight
280.90 tonnes
Max take-off weight
280.00 tonnes
Max landing weight
207.00 tonnes
Max zero fuel weight
195.70 tonnes
Max fuel capacity
141 000 litres
Overall length
219 ft 2 in
Cabin length
167 ft 5 in
Fuselage width 19 ft 7 in
Max cabin width 18 ft 5 in
Wing span (geometric) 212 ft 5 in
Height 55 ft 11 in
Track 34 ft 9 in
Wheelbase 94 ft 1 in
Pax Max seating  
  Typical seating 3-class
LD3 capacity underfloor
  Max pallet number underfloor  
  Water volume 
7 861 ft³
Range   8 100 nm
Mmo      M0.89
Max ramp weight
619.28 lb x 1000
Max take-off weight
617.30 lb x 1000
Max landing weight
456.40 lb x 1000
Max zero fuel weight
431.40 lb x 1000
Max fuel capacity
37 248 USG

Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values. Ranges shown are for typical passenger load


ULR: Going the ‘Xtra’ distance

The A350-900’s state-of-the-art cockpit features six very large liquid crystal display (LCD) screens.

Airbus launched the Ultra Long Range version of its A350-900 as part of the company’s philosophy of continuous innovation. Designated the A350-900ULR, this jetliner can fly further than any other aircraft in commercial service – up to 9,700 nautical miles.

Benefitting from the A350-900’s unique flexibility, the extended range capability does not involve installation of additional fuel tanks, but rather an adaptation of the fuel system within the existing fuel tank. In addition, the A350-900ULR can be reconfigured to the standard long-haul specifications of the A350-900 if required by the operator.

With a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of 280 tonnes, the A350-900ULR is capable of flying over 20 hours non-stop, combining the highest levels of passenger and crew comfort with unbeatable economics for such distances.

Airspace: state-of-the-art travel

The A350-900 received Type Certification from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in September 2014.

Like all members of the A350 Family, the A350-900 benefits from having the most modern cabin – delivering new standards of comfort to passengers throughout the flight. The advances made in the A350’s cabin have led to development of the Airspace concept, which delivers the perfect space for passenger well-being – exemplified by the A350 – to the rest of Airbus’ aircraft families.

Passengers on the A350-900 can look forward to a spacious, elegantly-lit cabin as they settle into Airbus’ wider seats for an enjoyable flight.

The quietness of the cabin contributes to a relaxing environment, while the latest in-flight entertainment allows passengers to access movies on demand or stay-up-to-date with the world below thanks to Wi-Fi and mobile phone connectivity – whether it’s for social media, replying to important business emails or something else.

Impactful innovation

Incorporating advances in flight controls, systems and wing design, the A350-900 is a truly state-of-the-art aircraft. These developments have a genuine impact in terms of safety, maintenance and efficiency, meaning that the aircraft reduces its fuel burn significantly – generating savings and reducing its environmental impact.

As with all A350 models, the fuselage is built with carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) – which supports lower fuel burn, easier maintenance and increased resistance to corrosion. The jetliner’s wings also are more efficient and quieter due to their advanced design, which allows them to adapt while airborne – tailoring it for maximum aerodynamic efficiency in the various phases of flight.


Overlaid on a global map, the typical range for Airbus’ A350-900 commercial aircraft is shown in this diagram.

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A350-900 media gallery

Airbus Delivers First A350 From Its Widebody Completion And Delivery Centre In China    
The First A350 Delivered From China    
Infographic First A350 Delivery From China    
Outside Airspace Explorer 1    
Outside Airspace Explorer    
A350 MSN01 Takes Off From TLS With 100% SAF On Board    
A350 SAF2    
First Aeroflot A350-900 – Aeroflot    
First Aeroflot A350-900 – Delivery ceremony music    
First A350-900 Aeroflot MSN383 With Letters - Delivery ceremony    
First Aeroflot A350-900 – Delivery ceremony performance    
First Aeroflot A350-900 – Delivery ceremony stage    
First Aeroflot A350-900 – Outside delivery ceremony    
First A350-900 Aeroflot MSN383 taking off - First flight    
Takeoff of Air France A350-900    
A350-900 Air France    
Air France A350-900 wing    
First A350-900 Scandinavian aIrlines MSN358 taking off - Delivery    
A350-900 SAS    
Emirates A350-900    
Airspace Explorer Pioneering The Future Flying Experience      
In the making: Aeroflot’s first A350-900      
Delivery ceremony for Aeroflot’s first A350-900      
Delivery ceremony for Fiji Airways’ first A350 XWB      
First Air France A350 XWB – In flight      
First Air France A350 XWB: delivery ceremony      
Air France’s first A350 XWB in flight      
China Southern Airlines A350-900 delivery – ceremony highlights      
China Southern Airlines’ first A350-900: in the making      
A350 : the most modern and efficient aircraft      
In the making: China Eastern Airlines’ first A350-900      
Airbus First Delivery A350-900ULR Singapore Airlines - Stockshots      
A350-900ULR Singapore Airlines - VIDEO      
Highlights: First A350-900 delivery to Air China      
Formation flight: A350-1000 and A330neo      
Highlights: First A350-900 delivery to Iberia      
A350-900ULR Singapore Airlines - VIDEO      
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