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    Thumbs up Final A350 XWB design models released by Airbus today

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    That's a good looking airplane.

    I guess the days of three engines are over with.
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    Funny how much it resembles the 787 dreamliner..
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    Cool Inevitable they would end up similar in appearance.

    Trevor

    It was inevitable that they would end up similar in appearance.

    Fortunately CAD and Computational Fluid Dynamics has taken
    over from the spin merchants original images.

    The A350 XWB cockpit should be a good one for a simulator.

    The biggest changes (3) have been in the shape of the cockpit
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