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Helicopter Agusta by Pininfarina design

Helicopter Agusta by Pininfarina design

What is the most important feature for an helicopter? Speed, safety or … design? A specialist should tell you that all are very important. But today we will analyze this Agusta Helicopter from design point of view. And how can we don’t talk about a design by Pininfarina? The seating area in this helicopter will accommodate up to nine passengers with seats covered in soft leather featuring Pininfarina’s ergonomic design. The panoramic windows and the insulated body of the aircraft ensure a scenic, quiet ride while the monitoring camera systems add to the safety of this helicopter.

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AW 139 Pininfarina Edition nine passenger interior with rear facing four-place divan, two forward facing Executive VVIP seats, custom made refreshment cabinet with storage and entertainment center between VVIP seats, and three removable forward facing jump seats. A full bulkhead separates the cabin-cockpit, with an electrically operated limo window featuring clear and covered panels.

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The interior was custom designed to minimize noise with all cabin furnishings, headliner, window area surface treatments, etc. mounted to the airframe through sound/vibration isolator mounts and using the “Cocoon Generation II Noise Reduction Wall Panel System”. Other features include Two Zone Climate Control, deluxe VIP entertainment system with Airshow type mapping display, two 15″ monitors, CD/DVD/satellite radio/satellite/I-pod capability operated by menu driven touch screen controller, eight speakers and woofer sound system, source switching and volume controls in the four outboard seats and six headsets located in the primary cabin seats.

The cabin has “full-spectrum” up wash lighting on the forward and aft bulkheads. Communications from cabin to cockpit can be conducted through an Open Mike System, or Air Cell SatelliteCustom Pininfarina Edition nine passenger interior with rear facing four-place divan, two forward facing Executive VVIP seats, custom made refreshment cabinet with storage and entertainment center between VVIP seats, and three removable forward facing jump seats. A full bulkhead separates the cabin-cockpit, with an electrically operated limo window featuring clear and covered panels. The interior was custom designed to minimize noise with all cabin furnishings, headliner, window area surface treatments, etc. mounted to the airframe through sound/vibration isolator mounts and using the “Cocoon Generation II Noise Reduction Wall Panel System”.

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Other features include Two Zone Climate Control, deluxe VIP entertainment system with Airshow type mapping display, two 15″ monitors, CD/DVD/satellite radio/satellite/I-pod capability operated by menu driven touch screen controller, eight speakers and woofer sound system, source switching and volume controls in the four outboard seats and six headsets located in the primary cabin seats. The cabin has “full-spectrum” up wash lighting on the forward and aft bulkheads. Communications from cabin to cockpit can be conducted through an Open Mike System, or Air Cell Satellite

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David Marin

David Marin is a freelancer, online journal editor. He is our expert for expensive cars and luxury yachts. David is a former engineer, and lives on near Monte Carlo where he leads a very simple life.

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