Because as every 1st of January, Airbus has updated the list prices of its aircraft.
Well, the price, while important, is only part of the equation, given that the airlines will get substantial discounts off the list price.
White-tails availability may prove to be the deciding factor in many negotiations.
Airbus has increased the average list prices of its aircraft by 1,1% across the product line.
Last year the price increase was 3,27% and 2,6% in 2014.
A350-900 new price 2016: 308,1 million $ (was 304,8 million $ in 2015 and 295,2 million $ in 2014)
A350-1000 new price 2015: 355,7 million $ (was 351,9 million $ in 2015 and 340,7 million $ in 2014)
Airbus is also publishing the price for the A350-800 although the development of this model was cancelled in 2014.
A350-800 new price 2015: 272,4 million $ (was 269,5 million $ in 2015 and 260,9 million $ in 2014)