Have you ever been on an Airbus A350 aircraft before?
Travelling is an amazing thing to do whether on holidays or not. Over a month ago, British Airways created its new Airbus A350 1000 aircraft. British Airways’ brand new Airbus A350 has flown its inaugural commercial flight, ferrying passengers from London to Madrid on a jet that promises to cut emissions while offering the most comfortable cabin in the airline’s fleet. The aircraft, which is the first to feature BA’s new business class “Club Suite” offering a flat bed and sliding privacy door, will be flown from Heathrow to the Spanish capital over the course of the next month to allow crews to familiarise themselves with the plane before it is rolled out on longer routes, starting with Dubai and Toronto in the autumn. Passengers expecting a Boeing 777 built at the end of the last century were instead treated to the flag carrier’s newest arrival at the west London hub on Monday – day one of the scheduled services. The first clue for travellers that the jet they were about to board was fresh off the Airbus production line were the A350’s gracefully blended wingtips that curve up to the sky, otherwise known as “sharklets”. Inside, the differences are even more apparent. BA’s A350-1000 (the largest variant in the A350 family) offers passengers in even the cheapest seats a more comfortable ride, with higher air pressure and humidity and lower noise levels. Its cabin altitude of 6,000ft is 2,000ft lower than a B777 – and Airbus says its newest jet pumps 20 percent more fresh air into the cabin than its nearest Boeing rival, the 787 Dreamliner. If you find this video interesting, please hit the like button and subscribe. Also, don’t forget to turn the notification bell so you won’t miss anything.
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