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Takeoff on one of Airbus' new A350WXB test planes is a strangely quiet experience.

Powered by two hulking Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines, you'd expect to hear more than just a low whirring noise when tearing down the runway.

But when leaving the ground and heading into the clear blue skies of a Hong Kong morning, there was little else to hear on the newest addition to commercial aviation.

Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus Group, tells CNN's Jim Boulden the company is focusing on improving profitability.

Aircraft engineer Bastian Schaefer shares Airbus' bold vision for what could be the future of aviation.

Airbus COO John Leahy discusses the challenges of aircraft manufacturing.

Compounding the hush was the unique nature of the flight.

Most of the select few passengers on board flight AIB 206 to Singapore were from the plane's manufacturer; part of a dedicated team undertaking the final tests to make sure the aircraft is certified to enter service in December with its first customer, Qatar Airways.

The flight was part of Airbus's A350XWB "route proving" trip, something akin to a world tour where existing and potential customers can take a look at the goods first hand, while the engineers continue to test and tinker.

Named MSN005, the aircraft that flew across the South China Sea, the Malaysian peninsula and Sumatra, is one of only two of the fleet of five test planes kitted out with a full cabin, so the flight was.

Seating four abreast in the 42-seat business class sections, nine abreast in the two economy cabins, this is the future of long-haul travel as presented by the European plane maker.

More: Airbus unveils revamped A330 airliner.

Gleaming cabin, it's a competitor to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner and new iterations of the 777 and Airbus hope it'll take up a sizeable chunk of the world's expanding fleet of twin-aisle aircraft.

At first glance, the gleaming cabin looks simply like a lovely new plane, but dotted throughout are features that Airbus hopes will set it apart from the competition and impress passengers and airlines alike.

"With fiber optics we've integrated the cables for the in-flight entertainment system, moved the control boxes to a panel under the seat and flooring and been able to make the floor flat says Roland Naudy, the Aircraft Interiors Marketing Manager.

Ahead of the curve: The A350's wing tips.
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