China Airlines has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the ninth carrier to operate the next-generation Airbus aircraft.
The Taiwanese airline has configured its A350s with 306 seats – 32 in business class, 31 in premium economy, and 243 in economy.
China Airlines has a total of 14 a350-900s on order, and will initially operate the aircraft on its regional flights between Taipei and Hong Kong, before adding it to its Amsterdam service from December 2, followed by Vienna and Rome.
The other carriers currently operating the A350 are: Finnair, Vietnam Airlines, Qatar Airways, TAM / LATAM, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Ethiopian Airlines and Thai Airways.
For more details on the aircraft, and a look at the different seating configurations and products across the operating carriers, see Airbus A350: What you need to know.