The first A350 XWB wing arrives at Airbus’ final assembly line in Toulouse where it will be used on an airframe for ground-based static structural tests. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by JB. Accariez.)
The first A350 XWB wing arrives at Airbus’ final assembly line in Toulouse where it will be used on an airframe for ground-based static structural tests. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by JB. Accariez.)
The A350 XWB wings are made at Airbus’ site in Broughton, Wales, UK. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The A350 XWB wings are made at Airbus’ site in Broughton, Wales, UK. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The no. 1 wing is built for a ground-based airframe that will undergo structural testing. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The no. 1 wing is built for a ground-based airframe that will undergo structural testing. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The A350 XWB wing covers are 32 m long by 6 m wide, which Airbus claims makes them the biggest single civil aviation parts made from carbon fibre composite material. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The A350 XWB wing covers are 32 m long by 6 m wide, which Airbus claims makes them the biggest single civil aviation parts made from carbon fibre composite material. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The wings’ advanced structural design and superior aerodynamics are both significant contributors to the 25% fuel saving performance of the A350 XWB.(Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The wings’ advanced structural design and superior aerodynamics are both significant contributors to the 25% fuel saving performance of the A350 XWB.(Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The A350 XWB will be built in an all-new final assembly line facility at Toulouse. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)
The A350 XWB will be built in an all-new final assembly line facility at Toulouse. (Picture © Airbus S.A.S 2012. Photo by H. Goussé.)

The A350 XWB wing covers are 32 m long by 6 m wide, which Airbus claims makes them the biggest single civil aviation parts made from carbon fibre composite material.

These pictures of the wing at Toulouse were issued by Airbus.
 


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