The twin-engined jet took to the skies over the Paris Airshow to flaunt its aerobatic skills.
The Airbus A350-1000 -- the largest jet in the A350 family -- took to the air over the Paris Airshow this week to show just what it's capable of when it's not laden down with passengers, luggage and a full tank of heavy fuel.
Click through to see this awesome plane in action.
With a much lower flying weight than usual, the A350-1000 can fly much more aggressively, banking hard and swooping in ways that would normally be uncomfortable for any passengers on board.
The A350-1000 is powered by two RR Trent engines, giving a maximum cruising speed of Mach 0.89.
It has a maximum flying range of 14,800km.
It can seat a maximum of 440 passengers, although airlines can configure the interior to their own requirements.
An average number of seats on board the A350-1000 will be around 366.
It's almost 74-metres in length.
It weighs almost 310 tonnes.
It's built using lighter weight materials, including carbon fibre, to keep the weight down and therefore use less fuel when flying.
The wheels come down just before landing.
It's fun to see such massive planes flying more aggressively than they ever would with passengers on board.