An Airbus A350 wowed people with its extreme takeoff. (Reuters)
An Airbus A350 performed a nearly vertical takeoff at the Innovation and Leadership in Aerospace convention in Berlin, Germany, in April.
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The impressive – and anxiety producing – stunt was pulled off during an airshow at the ILA event. However, the extreme feat was executed without any passengers on board.
According to the Points Guy, this Airbus A350-900XWB is routinely used for airshows, relief flights and testing cabin innovations.
According to the Points Guy, this Airbus A350 is routinely used for airshows, relief flights and testing cabin innovations. (Reuters)
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Though the large plane is used for demonstrations, the interior is still fitted with the standard seating on a commercial flight, along with a typical glass cockpit and Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines, which are found on any Airbus A350, the Points Guy reports.
Alexandra Deabler is a Lifestyle writer and editor for Fox News.