FlightPath3D is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Launched in 2013, FlightPath3D is now installed on 4,351 aircraft on 85 airlines and airports worldwide.
“We’re proud to have revolutionized the inflight experience for airlines over the past decade and execute our mission to guide every flying passenger,” says Boris Veksler, Chief Executive Officer of FlightPath3D.
Adopted early on by Air France, KLM, and Virgin Atlantic, those airlines helped establish the company as a disrupter in the industry, setting a new standard for inflight journey tracking and entertainment.
Other major airlines such as Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Air New Zealand, China Eastern, and LATAM
quickly followed suit.
The company continued to innovate by integrating its technology
on major inflight entertainment platforms and making it accessible on any device and system. All Nippon Airways, Qatar Airways, Air China, and Lufthansa also have adopted FlightPath3D’s technology.
The map is now viewed by 375 million passengers annually across 78 airlines.
FlightPath3D has expanded its offerings to capture the attention of passengers with short-form video experiences, similar to TikTok or Instagram Reels. These experiences open up opportunities for airlines and airports to connect with their passengers in new ways.
The company’s interactive route map, WhereWeFly, inspires passengers to explore routes and book travel from the app.
FlightPath3D is not stopping at inflight – it’s expanding to other airline channels such as websites, apps, and now airports, giving more exposure to destinations passengers may have never thought about. The company also now provides its technology to airports like Heathrow, Houston, and Edmonton.
As FlightPath3D celebrates its 10th anniversary, the company looks forward to the next decade with eagerness and ambition. The company has revolutionized the way passengers track their travel, and is now disrupting flight planning and booking.
“We’re pushing the boundaries of travel planning and creating a new standard for how passengers discover and book their travel, making the journey-planning process more seamless and enjoyable than ever before,” says Duncan Jackson, President, FlightPath3D.