French bee is the first airline in the world to present a 3D scan of Airbus A350-900, allowing a virtual tour from the cockpit to the kitchen at the rear of the aircraft.
On the occasion of the IFTM Top Résa Show, the first French low-cost and long-haul company French bee presented the first 3D scan of an A350, thanks to Californian startup Matterport, the world leader in immersive 3D technologies. From the cabin to the cockpit, the 376 seats in economy class and the 35 seats in the premium class. Thanks to the Mattertags, French bee also indicates to the most curious points of interest on which it is possible to access additional information on the characteristics of the apparatus of the services of the company.
This innovative partnership between French bee and Matterport « transports users into a new era of tourism, a sector particularly challenged by the rise of the web in consumer booking habits. It is also part of French bee‘s desire to use new technologies such as VR and 3D models to stand out in an ultra-competitive market. » Sophie Hocquez, Commercial Director of French bee, commented: « I am very proud of this partnership, which significantly enriches the way we present and showcase our offer for travelers, eager for new consumer experiences and transparency. more total on the products. We now have at our disposal a unique ‘little plus’, which, we are convinced, will make the difference « . James Morris-Manuel, EMEA Director of Matterport, adds, « Capturing the latest A350 aircraft for such a dynamic company as French bee is a major step in our development strategy. the tourism sector in France. I am particularly pleased to present such an object of modernism and technicality on our platform, and I firmly believe that this partnership marks a turning point for our 3D technology. «