SINGAPORE BOUND PASSENGERS CAN LOOK FORWARD TO THE AIRBUS A350XWB
(Posted 03rd February 2015)
Though not called Dreamliner is the new Airbus A350XWB no doubt every passenger’s dream to fly one, and for the time being restricted exclusively to those travelling with Qatar Airways to Frankfurt. The first ever commercial flight by the world’s latest and most advanced aircraft took off on the 15th of January from Doha to Frankfurt and is now operating one of the two daily services on the route, soon joined by the second such aircraft when Airbus delivers it to the airline. From June onwards will then Sinagpore see the A350XWB appear in the skies over the city, when the next scheduled deliveries of this superbird will see all three daily flights between Doha and Singapore operated with the new aircraft. The third daily flight in fact will commence already on the 16th of April, joining the presently two daily flights. From June onwards will then first one, followed in July by a second and finally in August by a third A350XWB on this route Qatar Airways’ most modern aircraft fly passengers to Singapore in a comfort unprecedented in commercial aviation today. A superbly designed business class with an all-new 5 star inflight menu and the widest seats and most generous space in any economy class in the sky today – the seats are 18 inches wide and the cabin layout of 3x3x3 the best on offer – make sure that guests on board arrive in better shape.
Qatar Airways flies to the Eastern African airports of Entebbe, Kigali, Nairobi, Kilimanjaro and Dar es Salaam and passengers with a fable for trying out new aircraft can look forward to that experience for well into 2015 before Airbus will begin to deliver this aircraft type to other airlines, none however as luxuriously configured as the Qatar Airways birds are.