Airbus Helicopters H175 (EC175) in VIP-configuration
The helicopter is equipped with a VIP-class cabin, designed by Pegasus. It is divided into two zones: in the first, located closer to the cockpit, there are four seats and a kitchen, in the second there is a sofa for three people. The cabin of the H175, which was handed over to the customer, is equipped with reliable sound insulation, allowing passengers to talk without headphones and microphones.
Panoramic windows of the helicopter can change the level of darkening. On the LCD screens installed in the cabin, among other things, you can display the image behind the cabin, which transmit two cameras mounted on the tail and in the area of ??the chassis.
The VIP-version of H175 takes aboard 6–8 pass. The corporate version of helicopters is able to carry 9-12 pass. For all options provided air conditioning.
During the designing of the model, the level of safety and comfort of passengers has been increased, the range of applications has been expanded, the maintenance procedure has been simplified and the machine’s economy has been increased to meet customer expectations, the manufacturer’s release says.
The take-off weight of the H175 is 7.5 tons. The helicopter was created primarily for use in offshore projects and use in search and rescue operations. Airbus H175 was certified in early 2014, the first deliveries took place in 2016.