The inflight moving map is, by all accounts, the most popular entertainment content inflight. Air Canada, in partnership with FlightPath3d, now plans to use that same interface to inspire wanderlust, and perhaps a few extra ticket sales. The carrier is the launch customer for WhereWeFly, an interactive feature allowing passengers to explore routes and view flights while on board.
FlightPath3D brings in-flight detail to fly-over country (and everywhere else on the planet)
What’s down below? FlightPath3D can answer that question now for everyone on board with a major update to its in-flight moving maps interface.
Bringing a 360 view to the moving map
Can a more immersive moving map experience turn more passengers into inflight shopping customers? A greater opportunity to both entertain and engage passengers is part of the proposition from FligthPath 360; and maybe some purchases, too.