Below is a Takeoff & Landing table for the A350 under certain aircraft load. Use these numbers in the meantime until an official Takeoff & Landing tutorial comes out for the A350. The flaps remain consistent for takeoff and landings as you’ll see below. On the enroute climb, cruise, and descent, I would suggest looking in the cockpit for the speeds at which you can lower flaps. This is placarded in the virtual cockpit.
Also important to take note of the note at the bottom for aircraft loads above 75%. For those looking to do the Newark (KEWR) to Singapore (WSSS) or any other ultra long haul flight, you will be over 75% aircraft load. You shouldn’t be hitting 100% or over 100% N1 on these heavy departures, so using the power settings below, I would suggest something within reason.
|Load %||Takeoff Power Setting||Takeoff Flaps||Rotate||Landing Flaps||Final Approach||Flare|
|25%||85% = 88% N1||Flaps 2||130kts||Flaps Full||135kts||130kts|
|50%||86% = 89% N1||Flaps 2||140kts||Flaps Full||145kts||140kts|
|75%||88% = 91% N1||Flaps 2||150kts||Flaps Full||155kts||150kts|
|>75%***||89% = 92% N1||Flaps 2||155kts+||Flaps Full||160kts+||155kts+|
***Note: Takeoff over 75% may result in takeoff over Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW). This could lead you to be landing overweight depending on your configuration
Again not an official tutorial. This is a tutorial to give you general speeds to ensure for a smooth departure and arrival to/from the runway.