Aviation Photo #2275420: Airbus A350-941 - Airbus


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Orrico emmanuel
    Airbus
    Airbus A350-941
    Airbus A350
    Airbus A350
    Airbus
    001
    F-WXWB
    Paris - Le Bourget
    France
    June 21, 2013
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June 21, 2013
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Comments (16)

Anonymous
3 years ago
Great ! Two Airbus in one shot. Love the Airfrance plane behind the A350 !
Anonymous
3 years ago
What a beauty! Can't wait to get a chance to fly on it!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Best angle to date of the 350. Bonus for background capture.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Thanks for not adding extra watermark. I love the angle and your shot accentuate the winglet so much... great shot!!!
Anonymous
3 years ago
I was at the Paris Airshow in '93. I saw the 330 and 340 fly. Now that I see to A350 in flight, it looks great. I wish I could be there.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Ahhh that nose and the winglet blew me over
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great photo of this beautiful and elegant new bird
Anonymous
3 years ago
Oh sooo sweeeettt!!!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Really a great photo for a great moment: newly flown A 350 XWB at PAS 2013.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Definitely more attractive than the 787 in this profile I believe.
Anonymous
3 years ago
It's a good picture, but getting tired of the twin parade. But for a few subtle differences, all of these things are starting to look the same. 2 wing mounted engines again? Where's the creativity?
Anonymous
3 years ago
The A350-900 is one of the best-looking planes Airbus has produced.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Airlines don't pay for "creativity," they pay for performance and efficiency; and big twinjets are what deliver that most cost effectively, for nearly all instances. Hence, that's pretty much what you'll see going forward.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Those winglets(the true sharklets imo) are a work of art, one of the most beautiful things Airbus has ever done.
Anonymous
3 years ago
This photo captures the whole magnificent piece that airbus built
Anonymous
3 years ago
Creativity lies in the details. I'm in love with that plane!!!