Pictures: First Airbus A350-900 of JAL appears out of paint shop

Toulouse - First Airbus A350-900 of Japan Airlines has rolled out of the paint shop in Toulouse with the airline’s colors.

As it can be seen on the images, the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines are already installed on the aircraft (MSN321).

Besides the JAL logo, the livery features a special red "Airbus A350" banner on it.

Japan Airlines' first three Airbus A350-900 will feature the same concept on the livery in three different colors. The next two planes will come with silver and green "Airbus A350" inscriptions that make the aircraft type clear to the outside world.


Japan Airlines has 31 Airbus A350XWB on order (18 Airbus A350-900, 13 Airbus A350-100) waiting to be delivered.