A350-1000Shaping efficiency A320 FamilyA330 FamilyA380
… / Passenger aircraft / A350 XWB / A350-1000

A350-1000

Measuring nearly 74 metres from nose-to-tail, the A350-1000 is the longest-fuselage version of Airbus’ all-new family of twin-aisle, widebody jetliners. In a typical three-class configuration, featuring the company’s 18-inch-wide economy class seats for modern comfort, the A350-1000 seats a total of 366 passengers – who can expect a spacious and quiet cabin, wider seats and elegant ambient lighting that contributes to a beautiful interior while also minimising the effects of jetlag.

A350-1000 specs

Key figures

  Range 7 950 nm 14750 km
Typical seating x 366
A350-1000 Wing span Wing span 212 ft 5 in 64.75 m
A350-1000 Overall length Overall length 242 ft 5 in 73.78 m
A350-1000 Height Height 56 ft 0 in 17.08 m

Dimensions

Overall length 242 ft 5 in 73.78 m
Cabin length - - -
Fuselage width 19 ft 7 in 5.96 m
Max cabin width 18 ft 5 in 5.61 m
Wing span (geometric) 212 ft 5 in 64.75 m
Height 56 ft 0 in 17.08 m
Track 35 ft 2 in 10.73 m
Wheelbase 106 ft 7 in 32.48 m

High performance

Designed with airlines' priorities in mind, the A350 XWB meets the multiple challenges of high fuel prices, rising expectations from passengers and increasing environmental concerns.  

As with the other A350 XWB Family members, Airbus’ A350-1000 brings together the very latest in aerodynamics, design and advanced technologies for a 25 per cent step change in fuel efficiency compared to its current long-range competitor.

Capacity

Pax
Typical seating 366
Max 440
Freight
LD3 capacity underfloor 44 44
Max pallet number underfloor 14 14
Bulk hold volume 400 ft³ 11.3 m³
Total volume (Bulk loading) 7 352 ft³ 208.2 m³

Performance

Range 7 950 nm 14750 km
Mmo M0.89
Max ramp weight 681.0 lb x 1000 308.9 tonnes
Max take-off weight 681.0 lb x 1000 308.0 tonnes
Max landing weight 513.7 lb x 1000 233 tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 485 lb x 1000 220 tonnes
Max fuel capacity 41 211 USG 156 000 litres

Engines x2

RR Trent XWB RR Trent XWB
Thrust range 97 000 lb slst 432 kN
Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values
Ranges shown are for typical passenger load

Measuring nearly 74 metres from nose-to-tail, the A350-1000 – scheduled to enter service in 2017 – is the longest-fuselage version of Airbus’ all-new family of twin-aisle, widebody jetliners. In a typical three-class configuration, featuring the company’s 18-inch-wide economy class seats for modern comfort, the A350-1000 seats a total of 366 passengers.

Airspace by Airbus

The A350 XWB Family cabin design proved to be so successful that it redefined Airbus’ approach to cabin interiors – leading to the creation of Airspace by Airbus, a next-generation cabin concept inspired by four key attributes: comfort, service, ambience and design. 

Passengers on the A350-1000 can expect a spacious and quiet cabin, wider seats and elegant ambient lighting that not only contributes to a beautiful interior, but minimises the effects of jetlag, as well. The A350-1000 also can offer passengers the most modern in-flight experience available. 

With movies on-demand included within a range of features passengers can stay entertained throughout their flight, while the availability of email and Wi-Fi connectivity can ensure that they can stay in touch with the world below; whether it’s posting to social networks, staying on top of important business emails or something else – there’s no need to be out of touch when you’re in the air.

Innovation

The A350 XWB is truly innovative; introducing new technology throughout the entirety of the aircraft. From the design of the wings that morph and change shape in-flight to obtain optimal efficiency, to the flight controls and system that reduce the pilot’s workload, this aircraft utilizes modern technology to create a better way of flying.

Nowhere is this innovation more apparent than in the A350 XWB’s fuselage, built with carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP). The combination of these technological advances ensures that the A350-1000 burns 25 per cent less fuel than its nearest competitor, saving money and reducing any harmful effects to the environment.

Efficiency

Powering the A350-1000 will be higher-thrust Trent XWB engines from manufacturer Rolls-Royce, which will allow the largest member of the A350 XWB Family to attain even greater levels of efficiency. 

The engine will provide additional payload capability and range, along with 97,000 lbs. of thrust on take-off – making it the most powerful engine ever developed for an Airbus aircraft.  With these specially-tailored Trent XWB powerplants, the A350-1000 will be capable of supporting long-haul routes to emerging markets such as Shanghai-Boston or Paris-Santiago, as well as more traditional flight segments as Manchester-Los Angeles or Dubai-Melbourne.

Orders & Deliveries

The interactive map above highlights the optimised range of this modern Airbus jetliner. To determine the aircraft’s range from a specific location, simply drag the cursor to any city or region. The area covered in blue will represent all possible destinations within its typical range.

Note: The range areas above illustrate the aircraft's nominal range.