Lufthansa unveiled the first of 25 Airbus A350-900s Feb. 2 in Munich after Lufthansa Technik completed the cabin installation. The aircraft—which was delivered to Lufthansa in December 2016—is scheduled to begin Munich-Delhi services Feb. 10.

Lufthansa Technik said in a statement, “The required cabin installations are complete and the supplemental type certificate has been issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency. The aircraft is technically cleared to enter scheduled service.”

The Star Alliance member has 25 Rolls-Royce Trent-powered A350-900 aircraft on order, valued at $310 million each at list prices, which will gradually replace its A340-600 fleet.

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