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British Airways receives its first Airbus A350-1000

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Airbus has delivered the first Airbus A350-1000 of the IAG flag carrier British Airways. The British carrier has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350-1000 out of 18 which were ordered in 2012. The A350-1000 of the carrier is configured to accommodate 331 seats in total. It will feature the new Business Class cabin of the airline named Club Suite. The new Club Suite cabin offers 40% more space for Business Class customers with a 1-2-1 seating layout allowing direct access to the aisles for… (airlinerwatch.com) Altro...

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fillitupage
British prestige.high tech #1
damavab
Excellent Airline to fly with.
bearwithme
Nice meeting James
Jamesrgb
Rich James -1
787 10 would have been better choice but I suspect Airbus are pricing hard and linking deals to 321 neo.
rainman324
I'm not sure what "321 neo" means but I have flown on both the A350 and 787 (not the latest) and I felt the A350 was slightly superior, especially the configuration that Cathay Pacific did on its Airbuses. It's not at all surprising that Britain would select a European product over Boeing, particularly at this time.
speshulk99
The acronym neo, stands for new engine option.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 1
321neo is an airplane and Britain selected the European product over Boeing in 2012.

It's true, I swear.
williambaker08
Ya and now they are saying were sick of the delays lets go with the Boeing 737 Max. Not that the Airbus A321Neo or Boeing 737 Max have anything to do with this post anyways.

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