After seeing a little while ago that Virgin Atlantic placed an order for the A350-1000, I thought once the A350 is added it will look nice and add more Virgin Atlantic Aircraft.
First off, here is a render of what it will look like:
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A little about the aircraft:
The Airbus A350 was designed to directly compete with the Boeing 777. So far, this is the Widest Single story Aircraft that Airbus has made yet. Powered by 2 rolls Royce Engines this Aircraft has a wide variety of uses. There were three variants planned, while only 2 were made. They are/we’re the A350-900, A350-1000, and A350-800. The A350-800 was never built. There is also the Ultra Long range version, A350-900ULR. Which will be delivered to Singapore Airlines later this year. Recently, Airbus has added a design in to the wings that twists the wing to make it more efficient. Virgin has quite a few on order with first delivery first Half of 2019.
A little about Virgin Atlantic
Virgin Atlantic Airways was founded mostly by Richard Branson. The airline has seen many fleet changes, from their first aircraft a 747, to the A330, A340, and then the 787. Soon the A350also. Virgin Operates out of London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, and a few other airports around the U.K.
How the A350 will be used:
The A350 will be based at both Gatwick and Heathrow to start, operating Business routes from Heathrow, and Leaisure routes from Gatwick. There will be 2 different configurations, for Bussiness Routes their will be more Upper class and Less Economy. For Leaisure Routes, there will be less Upper class and more Economy. Both configurations will have the same amount of Premium Economy.
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