REASONS WHY THE A350 IS SOMETHING SPECIAL AIR QUALITY:
The A350 XWB has a 220-inch (5.61-metre) fuselage cross-section, which Airbus says will allow for a standard 18-inch-wide seat in economy.
As with the 787, when entering through the main door, a large illuminated dome has been created in the overhead ceiling, adding to the feeling of spaciousness in the cabin.
Throughout, the interior has innovative lighting and wide windows, creating a more
The aircraft has wide panoramic windows that Airbus says “create large angles of vision so that passengers of all sizes have a good view of the outside world.”
The cabin is system that has more than 16 million color options and is controllable both lengthwise and side-to-side.
High-precision air management systems change the cabin air every two to three minutes through and ozone removers, without creating drafts.
Air temperature control allows for up to eight different climate zones throughout the aircraft for passengers, as well as four additional areas for crew.
Lower cabin altitude pressure, which “contributes to the feeling of well-being, even on the longest-range trips.”
The aircraft uses up to 25 percent less fuel than the A330.