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24. Mar 2020
COVID-19: An update from 2e Systems

Dear 2e Systems clients, partners and friends,

As the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues making headlines around the world, we wanted to reach out to you about this situation. 

We do understand it’s hard to navigate the unknown, but as we continue to better understand how to slow the spread of COVID-19 we want to do all we can to keep our clients, partners, and employees safe. 2e Systems took early measures and since Thursday, March 05, 2020, we highly encouraged all employees to work from home. Taking the initiative and encouraging everyone to stay inside and work from home, helped us to prepare and gave us the extra time to set up stable home office workplaces for all our employees. With these preparations, we can maintain our business operations without any restrictions.

2e Systems worldwide offices are continuously working during the usual office hours and our 24/7 support helpline is active. Thus, our aim is to guarantee that clients can reach the designated contact persons at the usual times. To provide further reassurance for our clients 2e Systems’ Business Continuity Plan is available upon request from your Project Manager. 

Our top priority is to continue to provide our airline clients with excellent service and also to ensure the health and safety of our employees at all times. 

We are monitoring closely all developments, encouraging everyone to respect the science and following the government’s guidelines to make sure we all stay safe and healthy.  

As a global airline community, we must do our very best to contain and delay the spread of the COVID-19 virus. It’s times like these where we need to respond as a family, with compassion and care, to help and support each other.

Our thoughts go out to you and your loved ones during these uncertain times. Now more than ever, we can see how small the world truly is, and the importance of coming together to protect our global community.   

Keep yourselves safe, stay healthy and look out for each other.  

With hope and best wishes,
Phil Douglas and the 2e Systems team

24. Dec 2018
2e Systems Holiday Greetings
2e Systems Holiday Greetings

We wish you and your loved ones joy, peace and cheer for the holidays, and good health and prosperity for the coming year. Happy Holidays from everyone at 2e Systems!


Wir wünschen Ihnen und Ihren Lieben, Glück, Frieden und Freude für die Feiertage, sowie Gesundheit und Wohlstand für das kommende Jahr. Schöne Feiertage von uns allen bei 2e Systems!

31. Jan 2018
Winter storms, hurricanes, and IT outages make minimizing the impact of IROPS critical
Winter storms, hurricanes, and IT outages make minimizing the impact of IROPS critical

The extreme cold weather in North America has heavily impacted airlines, and follows on from the hugely destructive 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. And this was in addition to the ongoing disruptions due to outages of aging airline computer systems; scarcely a month went by in 2017 without multiple major IT-related incidents.

It is increasingly clear that minimizing the impact of disruptions is critical to keeping costs down for airlines.

01. Nov 2017
NDC Hackathon: the developer’s perspective

By Zeljko Sucic

Arriving at the École Polytechnique in Paris, Saclay with approximately 200 people to participate in the NDC Hackathon was both exhilarating and a first time experience for the entire 2e team. 

Upon getting settled, the keyboards around us were smoking, which at first was distracting, but after a while the sound of murmur and keystrokes became very relaxing and we went into the "zone".  We had a pretty clear idea of what we wanted to develop from the start, but we were also aware of the time constraints and we really wanted to make something functional and useful.  So we decided to keep things simple and focus on those key functionalities we thought would really matter.

23. Sep 2016
4 Steps to Minimize the Impact of your IROPS

By Elise Douglas, Marketing Manager

4 Steps to Minimize the Impact of your IROPS

This summer has seen more and more airlines experiencing challenges with complex and often antiquated IT systems. In turn, more and more passengers and crew members have been experiencing frustration with cancelled and delayed flights.

According to Mark Dunkerley, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, such outages are usually minor and short-lived, however the resulting displacement of crew can have long-term effects on an airline’s operations.