The commercial airline industry is elevating its altitude on luxury with wide-body aircrafts such as the Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
CNET reports that the heat is on, as information received from Archive.com conveys that Boeing has 890 orders for its currently grounded Dreamliner, while Airbus has received 617 orders for its A350 model, which is available in three variants. Airbus anticipates its first deluxe wide-bodies,the A350 XWB to take flight this summer.
Including the 50 completed Dreamliners, waiting for approval to resume flights, Boeing is ahead with by 323 more aircraft. So, in the long-run, whose sales will soar higher?
Although Airbus isn't saying when it will unveil the all-new A350 XWB (the XWB stands for "extra-wide body"), there is plenty of speculation that those attending this summer's Paris Air Show will get to see the plane in flight.