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16 September 2011
16. September 2011 Commercial Aircraft

Air France-KLM to acquire up to 60 A350 XWBs

A350-900 KLM
Summary

A350XWB continues to attract world class airlines

The Air France-KLM Group has announced its intention to sign for up to 60 A350 XWB aircraft, of which 25 A350-900 will be firmed up shortly. The aircraft will become an essential pillar in the group’s long-haul fleet modernization strategy.
"We are honoured that our all new, extra efficient A350 XWB will contribute to Air France-KLM’s long-term success", said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer - Customers. "The A350 XWB's unbeatable economics and environmental credentials will establish the aircraft as the future backbone of the airline's long-haul fleet. We take this decision as a testimony of confidence in our brand and products".
The A350 XWB (Xtra Wide-Body) Family is an all-new long range product line comprising three models capable of flying between 270 and 350 passengers in typical three-class layouts on flights of up to 8,500 nautical miles. 
In total the Air France-KLM Group currently operates a fleet of 191 Airbus aircraft, comprising six A380s, 26 A330s, 15 A340s, 24 A321s, 58 A320s, 44 A319s and 18 A318s. With this new order Air France-KLM joins the expanding group of airlines to have a member of each Airbus aircraft family in their fleet.
By end of August, Airbus has recorded 567 A350 XWBs firm orders from 35 customers.
A350-900 KLM

The Air France-KLM Group announced its intention to acquire up to 60 A350 XWB jetliners, which will be a pillar in the group’s long-haul fleet modernization strategy (16 September 2011).

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