|Quoting Stitch (Reply 4):|
It's probably going to be somewhat like the 767 to 777. While a "trained eye" can easily discern the differences, things like the extra doors, the different tailcones and the larger rear bogies helped me identify the two when the 777 first entered service.
|Quoting Shamrock350 (Reply 7):|
What I like about the XWB is it's wings, they look like a type of blended winglet that rake backwards and upwards even on the ground unlike the 787 which only has raked wingtips that flex in the air and on take-off.
|Quoting Steeler83 (Reply 8):|
So what you are saying here is that the wing tip on the 787 is flat until airborn, while that of the A350 will be an actual blended wing tip?
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