10 DECEMBER 2018


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Article from BTNews 10 DECEMBER 2018

FlightPath3D in celebration mood

One of the companies that supplies inflight visual information so passengers can watch the progress of their journeys is celebrating after installing its data on more than 2,000 commercial aircraft and racking up more than 275m viewings.

First flown by Norwegian Airlines on its inaugural Boeing B787 flight on 30 May 2013, FlightPath3D claims to be one of the fastest growing and most innovative tech companies in the IFEC space, with 50-plus airline customers in just five years.

CEO Boris Veksler said: “We’re delighted to have reached this significant milestone. Our ‘We will get it done’ attitude combined with rapid innovation has fuelled our growth. We’re continuing to innovate with Norwegian and will be adding our map to the short-haul fleet shortly.”

Norwegian Air Shuttle vice-president business development Boris Bubresko added: “When we selected Flightpath3D, we looked at all available products in the ‘moving map’ space and the company delivered by far the most engaging passenger experience.

“Since then, they've continued to innovate while providing a flexible and responsive service, paying attention to the details that we care about, delivering on time and making the map a painless experience for us.”



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