Air Canada introduces onboard interactive route map

Searchable routes and flights on seatback screens

Air Canada is introducing an interactive route map that enables passengers to passengers to research routes and flights on their seatback screens.

Called WhereWeFly, the map 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 showcased presenting all routes from their three primary global hubs in Toronto (YYZ), Montreal (YUL), or Vancouver (YVR).

Passengers can swiftly browse dates and specific flights in a calendar view, with flight times and aircraft details. They can plan their next trip from inside the in-flight entertainment map.

Air Canada is deploying WhereWeFly on their Panasonic seatback IFE and Thales Wireless Portal.

Norman Haughton, Air Canada Director, Inflight Digital Entertainment, WiFi, Media Sales and Analytics:

“We are excited to be the launch airline for WhereWeFly. It’s a beautifully organized inflight experience where passengers can instantly visualize our routes and flight schedule.”


Where We Fly is a product of California-based FlighPath3D, a specialist in moving map technology.

Air Canada is the launch customer for WhereWeFly.

Duncan Jackson, president of FlightPath3D:

“Air Canada’s routes and network are one of its most valuable, yet complicated assets.

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

N.B. Image credits: FlightPath3D

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