Azul Brazilian Airlines received the first of its four Airbus A350-900 aircraft on September 14. The A350 jet dubbed ’50 também é Azul’ translated as ’50 is also Blue’ arrived at Confins airport, Belo Horizonte, on Wednesday, becoming the first aircraft type to make up the Azul Linhas Aereas A350 fleet. The aircraft is a 4.9-year-old twin-engine widebody jetliner that was first delivered to Hong Kong Airlines on November 29, 2017. Let’s delve further.
Taking delivery of the first A350
On Wednesday, an Airbus A350-900 bound for Belo Horizonte International Airport departed from Tarbes Tarmac Aerosave facility at 11:38 local time. Since August, the aircraft has been in storage at Tabes Airport in Southern France. It finally landed in Belo Horizonte at 16:45 local time after flying for around 10 hours.