New Jetliner Airbus A350-900 Begins to Fly From Bengaluru
Singapore Airlines has deployed the new jetliner Airbus A350-900 between Singapore and Bengaluru from Friday. Airbus A350-900 can accommodate up to 325 passengers with a range of 15,000km, making it bigger than the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Airbus A350-900 comes with wider fuselage resulting in better legroom. It also has better amenities like sophisticated inflight entertainment system and auto-mechanical shades. Cabin air will contain more moisture that will reduce fatigue. Singapore Airlines will operate ten flights a week between Singapore and Bengaluru. Other airlines are also planning to deploy Airbus A350-900 jetliners in the upcoming months. British Airways has confirmed its plan to deploy the model in Bengaluru. The airline will launch Airbus A350-900 in Osaka, Pittsburgh, and Charleston routes. Cruising at a speed of 0.85 Mach, Airbus A350-900 has a length of 66.8m and has a wingspan of 64.8m. It has 253 long haul seats, 161 ultra-long range and 303 medium haul seats. The engine type is Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-84. Singapore Airlines was using Boeing 777-200 in Singapore-Bengaluru route before.
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