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Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350

Qatar Airways presented the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units of the wide-body plane delivered to the company, in Doha on Wednesday, 7 January, 2015.

Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350
Members of the media disembark from a Qatar Airways Airbus A350XWB at the Doha Airport in Doha on January 7, 2015. Qatar Airways presented the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units, of the wide-body plane delivered to the company. (AFP/Getty Images)
Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350
Qatar Airways flight stewardess pose for a photo on a new Airbus A350XWB at the Doha international airport in Doha on January 7, 2015. Qatar Airways allowed visitors to board the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units, of the wide-body plane delivered to the company. (AFP/Getty Images)
Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350
A Qatar Airways flight stewardess poses for a photo on a new Airbus A350XWB at the Doha international airport in Doha on January 7, 2015. Qatar Airways allowed visitors to board the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units, of the wide-body plane delivered to the company. (AFP/Getty Images)
Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350
A Qatar Airways flight stewardess poses for a photo on a new Airbus A350XWB at the Doha international airport in Doha on January 7, 2015. Qatar Airways allowed visitors to board the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units, of the wide-body plane delivered to the company. (AFP/Getty Images)
Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350
Visitors take pictures inside a Qatar Airways Airbus A350XWB at the Doha international airport in Doha on January 7, 2015. Qatar Airways allowed visitors to board the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units, of the wide-body plane delivered to the company. (AFP/Getty Images)
Qatar Airways unveils new Airbus A350
Akbar Al Baker (C), CEO of Qatar Airways, speaks during a press conference for a new Airbus A350XWB at the Doha international airport in Doha on January 7, 2015. Qatar Airways allowed visitors to board the new Airbus A350, the first of 80 units, of the wide-body plane delivered to the company. (AFP/Getty Images)