July 29 2021  |  Screens & Devices

​FlightPath3D installations surpass 500 in H1

By Rick Lundstrom

Touchless features and new interactive functions are part of the design plans for Flightpath3D

FlightPath3D this week they have achieved more than 500 installations in the first half of 2021 thanks to its availability on any device and any platform.

"Our suite of interactive travel applications, including our route map and smart travel guide, is driving the demand, especially with our best in class in-seat installations.,” said Duncan Jackson, FlightPath3D President. “We're also seeing the move to a touchless cabin driving demand for our Wi-Fi streaming map that's viewed on passengers' own devices."

Jackson added, "Thanks to our any device, any platform approach, our market-leading map, and travel applications, are available on any IFE architecture (seat-back, overhead, and Wi-Fi streaming) and on any OEM platform. We're proud of the integration, certification, and joint sales efforts with all of our OEM partners, which include: Anuvu, Astronics, Burrana, Gogo, IDAIR, Immfly, Panasonic, Safran Passenger Solutions, and Thales."

FlightPath3D CEO, Boris Veksler said the company is also designing new applications that help passengers find flights, routes, and destinations based on personal profiles and their experience desires.

“We're well on track to surpassing our target of 4,000 aircraft installs by the end of 2021," he said.

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