FlightPath3D signs ANA as 50th airline customer


Interactive 3D moving map company, FlightPath3D has secured its landmark 50th airline customer in five years, in the form of All Nippon Airways (ANA), which will make the system available across its fleet.

Go Ishiyama, deputy director of IFEC at ANA stated,, “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.”

Of course this 50th landmark would not be possible without all those clients who signed up previously. As FlightPath3D CEO Boris Veksler recalls, “We were lucky to have Norwegian Air Shuttle as our first customer. They introduced our map on their Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet and we’re continuing to innovate with them and will be adding our map to their short-haul fleet shortly.”

The airline’s VP of business development, Boris Bubresko added, “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. Since then, they’ve continued to innovate whilst 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. Our next FlightPath3D map implementation will be on our wi-fi solution and to our customer’s personal device.”

Share this story:

About Author


Alasdair joined the team in 2015 and works across a number of titles and websites for UKi Media & Events. He has been a journalist for 10 years, covering everything from travel and technology to sport and entertainment, and brings a wealth of experience, and pedantry, to the team. Away from the office, he is a celebrated snood connoisseur, determined to cycle no matter what the weather decides to hurl from the sky, and driven by a quest to find the very finest, and more importantly the next, slice of cheesecake.

Comments are closed.