Airbus A350XWB Family


Just after takeoff

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For a second there I thought that was IF…😂

But then I thought nah, since when was IF that detailed?

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I hope they make also first clas, business class, premium economy and normaal economy seats!!!

I’m hoping for that A350 airplane thing… not exactly sure what it is.

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Just be happy we are getting the A350 :) We are very lucky that we even have a development timeline so we are informed :)

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Hey guys, sorry to bump in to any conversation, but here I will try listing out all the Airbus A350 liveries to give a quick insight on how it would all look like. There are a lot of liveries.


Airbus A350-900 liveries.

Here is the selection of all the liveries I could possibly list. The list is separated between the ones already in operation, and the ones in delivery.

Current operators:

Air Caraïbes


Image Credits © Paul Denton

Topic has been linked below:
Air Caraïbes Airbus A350-941

Air China


Image Credits © jaycheung

Topic has been linked below:
Air China Airbus A350-941

Air Mauritius


Image Credits © Phil Noret

Topic has been linked below:
Air Mauritius A350-900

Airbus


Image Credits © Romain Salerno

No feature topic has been yet created for the original Airbus livery.


Special Carbon Livery (F-WWCF)


Image Credits © Christopher Schmitt

Topic has been linked below:
Airbus Industrie "Carbon Fiber" Airbus A350-900

Asiana Airlines


Image Credits © Benjamin Jiwon Suh

Topic has been linked below:
Asiana Airlines Airbus A350-900

Cathay Pacific


Image Credit © francesco della santa

Topic has been linked below:
Cathay Pacific Airbus A350-900

China Airlines


Image Credits © Jason Whitebird

No feature topic has been yet created for some of the China Airlines liveries


China Airlines Mikado Pheasant livery (B-18908)


Image Credits © Tommy Yeung

Topic has been linked below:
China Airlines 'Mikado Pheasant' Airbus A350-941XWB


China Airlines 60th Anniversary livery (B-18917):


Image Credits © Chad Chen

China Airlines 60th Anniversary A350-900 Livery


China Airlines Carbon House livery (B-18918):

© Chad Chen

Topic has been linked below:
China Airlines (Carbon Livery) - A350-900

China Eastern


Image Credits © Konoha

Topic has been linked below:
China Eastern Airbus A350-900

Delta Air Lines


Image Credits © Chris Phat

Topic has been linked below:
Delta Airbus A350-900XWB

Ethiopian Airlines


Image Credits © C. van der Zee

Topic has been linked below:
Ethiopian Airlines Airbus A350-900

Evelop Airlines


Image Credits © Andrea Temiño

Topic has been linked below:
evelop! Airlines A350-900

Finnair


Image Credits © Amarase Pamarapa

Topic has been linked below:
Finnair Airbus A350-900

French bee


Image Credits © Chris Phan

Topic has been linked below:
French Bee A350-900

Hainan Airlines


Image Credits © XW872

Topic has been linked below:
Hainan Airlines Airbus A350-900

Hong Kong Airlines


Image Credits © Jason Whitebird

Topic has been linked below:
Hong Kong Airlines A350-941

Iberia


Image Credits © Kaz T

Topic has been linked below:
Iberia Airbus A350-900

LATAM Airlines Brazil


Image Credits © Helmut Snichels

Topic has been linked below:
LATAM Airlines A350-900

Lufthansa


Image Credits © Michael Place

No Feature Topic has been yet found for the older Lufthansa livery


New Lufthansa 2018 livery


Image Credits © Mauro Cassaro

No feature topic has been yet found for the Newer Lufthansa livery

Malaysia Airlines


Image Credits © Javier Rodriguez

Topic has been linked below:
Malaysia Airlines A350-900

Philippine Airlines


Image Credits © Jason Inserto

Topic has been linked below:
Philippine Airlines Airbus A350-900

Qatar Airways


Image Credits © jeremy denton

No feature topic has been yet found for the Qatar livery -900

Sichuan Airlines


Image Credits © Aaron_ZSAM

Topic has been linked below:
Sichuan Airlines A350 (Panda Livery)

Singapore Airlines


Image Credits © Mark H

Topic has been linked below:
Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900

Thai Airways International


Image Credits © Johnny-TIAN

Topic has been linked below:
Thai Airways A350-900

Vietnam Airlines


Image Credits © Jeffrey.W

Topic has been linked below:
Vietnam Airlines A350-900


Airlines in order:

Aer Lingus

No linked feature topics has been found

Aeroflot

Linked Topic:
Aeroflot Airbus A350-900

Air France

Linked topic:
Air France Airbus A350-900

American Airlines (Order Cancelled)

Linked topic:
American Airlines A350-900

Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras

No linked feature topics has been found

China Southern Airlines

No linked feature topics has been found

Emirates

Linked topic:
Emirates A350-900

Etihad Airways

Linked topic:
Etihad A350-900

Fiji Airways

Linked topic:
Fiji Airways A350-900

Japan Airlines

Linked topic:
Japan Airlines A350-900 (red)

Deutsche Luftwaffe

No Feature topic has been yet created for the German Air Force.

Scandinavian Airlines

Linked Topic:
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Airbus A350-900

Tianjin Airlines

No linked feature topics has been found

United Airlines

Linked topic:
United A350-900


Anyways, the list may go on. This should give you a rough idea on how much liveries and operators there are on all the 400 aircrafts in total.

I will give this credit to PlaneSpotters.net and Jetphotos. Two amazing Aircraft Spotting websites I have used for the archive.

List of liveries for the -1000 variant coming soon. 👍

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Woah Great effort!!. Thanks for summarising all the a350-900 liveries!

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I’m 99% sure the A350 doesn’t have first class seats.

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Thanks for your efforts:)
We can get more information about the liveries of A350-900 now

Actually, Malaysia Airlines used to have First Class in their A350s. Currently they still have the First Class seats, but they called the class as Business Suite Class

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You Forgot SAS!!

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I think you forgot the German government, who ordered 3 A359 as a replacement for their A343 which had several problems in the last weeks.

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Would love to see it but they canceled there order

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Here’s a post from this topic that you’d probably find interesting: Upgraded A350 Winglet

I’ve compiled a list of A350 operators that use the old winglets, the upgraded ones, or both.

*Final Assembly
**Parts Arriving in Toulouse
***On Order

Operators with both:
(and the registration of an upgraded aircraft from their fleet for the dev’s convenience)

A7-AMI Qatar Airways
PR-XTJ Latam Brazil
HL8359 Asiana Airlines
OH-LWO Finnair
VN-A899 Vietnam Airlines
D-AIXM Lufthansa
9V-SGG Singapore Airlines
ET-AVE Ethiopian Airlines
B-LGH Hong Kong Airlines
B-307A Air China
N513DZ Delta Airlines
B-305A Hainan Airlines
B-18918 China Airlines
B-306N Sichuan Airlines
F-HREY French Bee*
B-LQA Cathay Pacific*
F-HTRE Air Caraïbes*
3B-____ Air Mauritius***

Operators with upgraded A350s only:

Iberia
Philippine Airlines
China Eastern
Evelop
Japan Airlines
Air France
China Southern*
SAS**
Aeroflot***
Turkish Airlines***
Luftwaffe***

Operators with older A350s only:

Thai Airways
Malaysia Airlines

As you can see, the upgraded winglets have made their way to nearly every airline already. Many more exclusively use new ones than the old ones. Not to mention the high demand for the ULR variant for SIA.

The trend towards the upgraded winglet will continue to grow into the future. Since the A350 will be used in IF for years to come, I highly encourage the devs to give every airline (excluding the last two) the upgraded version.

It’s been less than a year since the upgrade and it’s already very widespread. In several years, the old A350s will seem particularly dated. What about in 5 years? Or 8? This is the best way to prepare IF’s A350-900s for their long future.

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Man that first one is pretty neat, everyone should vote for that one. ;)

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Honestly I have never looked at this thread but it’s great nice work @George.

United still has the A350 on order 😁 45 to be exact

https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/us-big-3-global-airlines-fleets-nuanced-changes-439506

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Philippine A350 at YVR 🔥🔥

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A350 Singapore 🔥🔥

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really, this plane a350 falls in love and captivates anyone.

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