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01 August 2014
01. August 2014 Commercial Aircraft

IAG firms up for 8 Airbus A350-900

Iberia becomes a new A350 XWB customer with the conversion of options for eight A350-900 jetliners into firm orders by its International Airlines Group (IAG) parent company
Summary

World’s most modern Widebody airliner joins Iberia’s long-haul fleet

International Airlines Group (IAG) has converted eight A350-900 options into firm orders for Iberia. The airline becomes a new customer for the fast-selling A350XWB Family. The aircraft will be equipped with efficient Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines and will deliver huge operational benefits through Airbus’ unique family values.
IAG secured commercial terms for the A350 aircraft as part of the Group long-haul order announced in April 2013.
“We are very proud that IAG has chosen the A350-900 aircraft for Iberia. We welcome a new operator of the most efficient mid-size long-haul aircraft in the market,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “The A350XWB is the aircraft of choice in its category and set to become a reference among passengers for its unrivalled cabin comfort and quietness." ‎ 
The A350 XWB is the latest addition to the market-leading Airbus Widebody product line. Offering its customers a 25 per cent reduction in fuel-burn, the all-new mid-size long-range A350 XWB Family comprises three versions from 276 to 369 seats. The A350 has carbon fibre fuselage and wings and sets new standards in terms of passenger experience, operational efficiency and cost-effectiveness. At the end of June 2014, the A350 XWB had won 742 orders from 38 customers worldwide.
Iberia becomes a new A350 XWB customer with the conversion of options for eight A350-900 jetliners into firm orders by its International Airlines Group (IAG) parent company

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