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FlightPath3D Exceeds 275m Airline Passengers Using Its Map in 2018 and is Set to Reach Its Goal of 1 Billion a Year by 2021

December 5, 2018

LAKE FOREST, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 5, 2018--FlightPath3D is one of the fastest growing and most innovative tech companies in the travel space, selected by 50+ airline customers in just 5 years. Although the company’s products are for airlines, its real focus is on the passenger experience, enabling a traveler to calculate seat-to-door journey times, book an Uber from the sky or explore things to do.

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FlightPath3D Moving Map for Norwegian Air Shuttle showing Flight Overview (Graphic: Business Wire)

FlightPath3D President Duncan Jackson says, “We’re delighted to have reached this significant usage milestone for our map and would like to thank all of our 50 airline customers for using our map. Our mission is to guide every flying passenger and we’re well on our way to reaching our goal of 1 billion passengers a year.”

Jackson continues, “It’s a completely immersive and interactive 3D experience with augmented reality, not only letting you know when you will land, but also what time you will get to your hotel, explore your destination, or take a look out of a virtual window or cockpit. We launched our product with Norwegian Air Shuttle when they introduced our map on their 787 Dreamliner fleet.”

Commenting on the milestone, Boris Bubresko, Vice President, Business Development at Norwegian Air Shuttle, says, “Back in 2013 when we selected FlightPath3D we looked at all of the available products in the ‘moving map’ space and FlightPath3D delivered by far the most engaging passenger experience. Our next FlightPath3D map implementation will be on our WiFi solution and to our customers’ personal devices – bringing the map even closer to the customer.”

Jackson continues, “Since then we’ve experienced hyper growth collaborating with many of the world’s greatest airlines, and we’re beyond happy to announce that our 50 th airline customer is All Nippon Airways.”

Go Ishiyama – Deputy Director, IFEC at All Nippon Airways, says, “We selected FlightPath3D as they provide the most innovative moving map product in the market and could simultaneously integrate their map on both wireless and seatback IFE systems from different vendors on multiple aircraft types. They’re flexible, responsive and are constantly innovating to provide new valuable features.”

About FlightPath3D

FlightPath3D is the IFE industry’s most compelling and innovative interactive 3D Moving Map experience enhanced with relevant and engaging “geotainment” information services. We enhance your passengers’ In-Flight Experience with entertaining and informative solutions designed for the entire family.

Any Aircraft. Any Platform. Any Device. A truly fleet-wide IFE system-agnostic moving map solution for airlines.

First flown by Norwegian Airlines on their inaugural B787 flight on May 30th, 2013, FlightPath3D is now viewed by over 275 million airline passengers a year.

Betria Interactive LLC (dba FlightPath3D) has the industry’s largest specialized map team providing customized map software development and maintenance. They deliver reliable, highly customizable inflight map experiences built from the ground up especially for the airline business with an upgradeable path to the connected future.

Betria Interactive LLC is headquartered in Lake Forest, California. For additional information, please visit http://www.FlightPath3D.com.

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CONTACT: Jon Norris

Phone: +1 949 501 2646

Email:jon@flightpath3d.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE AUDIO/VIDEO OTHER TECHNOLOGY TRAVEL VACATION TRANSPORTATION OTHER TRAVEL

SOURCE: FlightPath3D

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