Qatar Airways has upsized an order for five Airbus A350-900s to the bigger A350-1000 version. The amended order will enable the Doha-based carrier to grow long-haul routes and add capacity. With 76 aircraft on order, Qatar Airways is the largest A350 XWB customer and currently operates 27 A350-900s and three A350-1000s. The A350-1000’s fuselage is 7 m (23 ft.) longer and offers 44 more seats in Qatar’s cabin configuration, which features 46 Qsuite business-class and 281 ...

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