There are first class airline suites, and now the Bell 525 Relentless. This super-medium helicopter has many practical uses, including firefighting, rescue missions, and first-class transportation. Above, we see one of the many possible configurations, decking out the 88-square-foot cabin interior with lots of gold accents. The flight deck boasts several touchscreen displays, which are designed to minimize the hand and eye movements a pilot must use to control the vehicle, reducing fatigue during long flights. Continue reading for a video of the base model, more pictures and additional information.
“The controls are customizable to the needs of individual pilots, and include 3D imaging of terrain and traffic. Windows on the flight deck use wraparound configurations for maximum visibility. The interior deck has a cabin height of 54 inches and seating designed to feel more like the interior of a luxury car than a working helicopter. The modular ‘puck’ flooring allows easy reconfiguration based on the needs for the flight, including a conference room arrangement. A small galley completes the passenger amenities,” reports PFSK.