FlightPath3D Interactive Route Map Debuts on Air Canada

posted on 13th September 2022 by Eddie Saunders
FlightPath3D Interactive Route Map Debuts on Air Canada

FlightPath3D, the leader in moving map technology, announces Air Canada has launched its WhereWeFly interactive route map on its Panasonic seatback IFE and Thales Wireless Portal.

The new map allows passengers to explore routes and view flights as part of their continued commitment to enhancing the customer experience.

“We are excited to be the launch airline for WhereWeFly,” says Air Canada’s Norman Haughton, Director, Inflight Digital Entertainment, Wi-Fi, Media Sales and Analytics.

“It’s a beautifully organized inflight experience where passengers can instantly visualize our routes and flight schedule.”

WhereWeFly provides passengers with a map and searchable directory of all of Air Canada’s routes and destinations. In one click, Air Canada’s hubs are instantly showcased presenting all routes from their primary global hub in Toronto (YYZ), or from Montreal (YUL), a principal gateway to French and other international markets, or Vancouver (YVR), the airline’s premier gateway to the Asia-Pacific.

Air Canada Route Map Seat Back View

The at-a-glance flight details allow for swift browsing of dates and specific flights in a calendar view with flight times and aircraft details. Passengers can plan their next trip right inside the in-flight entertainment map.

“Air Canada’s routes and network are one of its most valuable, yet complicated assets,” says Duncan Jackson, president of FlightPath3D.

“We’re delighted to have created a groundbreaking new way to present destination and flight options to improve passenger loyalty and drive demand.”