Posted on: 22 September 2014 by Mark Howells
Virgin Atlantic plans to introduce Betria Interactive’s FlightPath3D ‘geotainment’ and moving map service on-board its flights by the end of this year.
“FlightPath3D is a marked departure from the status quo of moving map products,” remarked Catherine Stewart, manager of on-board media development at Virgin Atlantic. “Beyond its incredibly captivating 3D experience, the service is infused with interesting and detailed Point-of-Interest content that can engage the passenger in a rich and informative interactive experience.”
President of Betria Interactive Boris Veksler said, “Virgin Atlantic only selects the most premium of offerings to ensure a world class passenger experience. We believe the FlightPath3D product suite delivers on that commitment; not only today, but will deliver current, relevant and engaging audience experiences well into the future.”