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British Airways Airbus 350-1000 in flight.

The Airbus A350-1000 is more environmentally friendly and was the first aircraft type to premiere our Club World cabin - Club Suite.

A greener way to fly

The Airbus A350 is one of the most fuel-efficient aircraft operating in the world today. The state-of-the-art aircraft is built from advanced materials. A combination of carbon composites, titanium and modern aluminium alloys delivers environmental benefits such as lower fuel burn and reduced CO2 emissions.

Its nitrogen oxide emissions are nearly a third below the current industry standard, with noise levels also much lower compared to previous generations. It’s a huge leap forward for greener air travel.

The Trent XWB engines used on our A350-1000 aircraft have the lowest specific fuel consumption for any turbofan aircraft in service today, contributing to lowering CO2 emission.

The 'suite' life

We’ve completely reimagined our Club World cabin - the new Club Suite premiers on the A350-1000. Unwind in your own personal space to sit, sleep, work, or relax.

Take advantage of luxurious bedding by The White Company, a new personalised service, and a restaurant style dining experience.

Inspired by birds

The A350 has a revolutionary adaptive wing design - inspired by birds – which morphs while airborne to achieve maximum aerodynamic efficiency.

At over 240 feet long, the A350-1000 is nearly the length of a football field.

Cabin air in the A350 is renewed every two to three minutes to minimise the effects of jet lag, meaning you arrive at your destination feeling more refreshed than ever.

British Airways Airbus 350-1000 in flight.

Technical information

Airbus A350-1000
Number in fleet Currently 13
Passenger capacity 331 (3 class)
Length 73.79 m (242 feet 1 inch)
Wingspan 64.75m (212 feet 5 inches)
Height 17.08 m (56 feet 0 inches)
Engines 2 x Rolls Royce Trent XWB-97
Maximum speed 1098.97 kmh (682.86 mph, Mach 0.89)
Range 16,100km (8,700 miles)

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