ACJ350 XWB

BASE PRICE

ACJ350-900: $ 317,400,000

ACJ350-1000: $ 366,500,000

INTERIOR BUDGET: $ 100M - $ 190M

PASSENGERS

60

CABIN AREA

ft²

3000

RANGE

nm

10000

SPEED

Mach

0.79

MTOW

lb

600000

75 PAX

11,100 nm

M 0.89

696,200 lb

Photo : Courtesy Airbus

The A350XWB is a long-range wide-body aircraft developed by Europe based Aerospace conglomerate Airbus.

The A350 first version was launched in 2004, using A330 fuselage with a newly developed wing and 787 technology engines from General Electric. Following the failure to attract the market to this limited change version. Airbus decided to return to the drawing boards to develop a clean-sheet all-composite wider fuselage, able to compete against both Boeing 787 and the 777 product line.

The Bolder design version 2 was launched in 2006 bearing A350XWB (for Extra Wide Body) designation powered by the latest generation specifically developed Trent XWB engines from Rolls-Royce. This version quickly attracted worldwide leading airline orders. 

The shorter version A350-900 completed its first flight on June 14, 2013, prior to entering service with premium middle east airline Qatar Airways in early 2015, followed in 2018 by the longer A350-1000 model with the same launch customer airline. A Shorter version designed A350-800 was marketed by airbus prior to cancelation as the newly developed A330NEO was able to offer similar capabilities. In 2018 Airbus introduced the A350-900ULR version with increased MTOW and fuel capacity allowing launch customer Singapore Airline to launch 18 hours non-stop flight between New York and Singapore opening a new market of ultra-long-haul flights. 

ACJ350-900 ULR

25 Passengers Range11,100 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.89
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude43,000 ft
Maximum Takeoff606,200 lbs
Maximum Landing451,900 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel423,300 lbs
Basic Operating
Interior Allowance
Usable Fuel37,248 USG

ACJ350-1000

Range 
25 Passengers Range9,850 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.89
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude43,000 ft
Maximum Takeoff696,200 lbs
Maximum Landing520,300 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel491,600 lbs
Basic Operating
Interior Allowance
Usable Fuel41,210 USG
INTERIOR
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The A350 wide cabin was designed to accommodate up to 10-abreast seats. Optional crew rest facilities are available to be installed above the passengers’ compartment ceiling.  

Typical Floor Plans

Completion Centers

Interior Designers

ACJ350-900 ULR

Cabin Height8 ft
Cabin Width18 ft 5 in
Cabin Length167 ft 5 in
Cabin Volume30,162 cu.ft
Cabin Area2,905 ft2

ACJ350-1000

Cabin Height8 ft
Cabin Width18 ft 5 in
Cabin Length190 ft 5 in
Cabin Volume32,030 cu.ft
Cabin Area3,315 ft2
Flight Deck
Photo : Courtesy Airbus

The A350 cockpit features six large interchangeable LCD displays units, complemented by two keyboard and cursor control units. The two lateral screens act as an integrated Electronic Flight Bag system and allow for the display of Onboard Information System (OIS) with the ability to transfer the data to the lower centrally located display for better crew coordination.  An optional dual Head-Up Display (HUD) system from Thales can be installed in the cockpit allowing for enhanced situation awareness and low visibility operations.

ACJ350-900 ULR

ENGINES 
ManufacturerRolls-Royce
ModelTrent XWB-84
Thrust84,000 lbf 
Flat RateISA+15
APU 
ManufacturerHoneywell
ModelHGT1700

ACJ350-1000

ENGINES 
ManufacturerRolls-Royce
ModelTrent XWB-97
Thrust97,000 lbf
Flat RateISA+15
APU 
ManufacturerHoneywell
ModelHGT1700