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China Airlines celebrates 14th Airbus A350 with special livery

China Airlines, Taiwan’s major airline, has released on its WeChat account the first in-flight pictures of its 14th Airbus A350-900 aircraft, which the airline is scheduled to receive by the end of October.

The A350, aircraft registration no. B-18918, features a joint livery with China Airlines’ blue corporate identity colors interwoven with Airbus’ classic carbon-fiber pattern at the tail of the aircraft.
Since 2016, China Airlines has introduced several A350 liveried aircrafts. The introduction of the A350 has enhanced the quality of passenger services offered by China Airlines, according to the company. The A350 are now used for non-stop services to European destinations such as Amsterdam, Vienna, and Rome, as well as destinations in New Zealand. Some now fly to Asia-Pacific destinations such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka, Bangkok and Jakarta.

Cabin lighting capable of 1.67 million colors combines mood lighting with music to create a relaxing environment that helps to reduce jet lag. The aircraft also produces 20% less external noise than conventional passenger aircraft while cabin noise is just 57 dB, greatly enhancing overall passenger comfort.

Countries: China

Industries: Aerospace

Terms: Asia-Pacific, Business

This article has been edited by Basalt.Today
This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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