Blog

10. Feb 2015
Swiss selects 2e Systems

2e Systems is proud to have been appointed by Swiss International Air Lines to provide them with a new online check-in solution. Among the many features being developed, our eeDepart solution will come with a visual makeover and support responsive web design, thus harmonizing the experience for desktop and mobile users.

12. Jan 2015
airBaltic Check-In Redesign Goes Live

airBaltic has introduced a revamped online and mobile check-in service which includes fully responsive web design for desktop, tablet and smartphones. The new service also includes increased ancillary items for sale to passengers such as seat and meal requests, baggage allowance and FastTrack priority check-in. Additional functionality developed for airBaltic was boarding passes available to download to iOS Passbook and Android PassWallet.

25. Sep 2014
Condor Flugdienst goes mobile

2e Systems designed and implemented a mobile check-in solution for Condor Flugdienst which included enhancements that Condor commissioned from 2e Systems. Passengers can purchase a seat during the check in process, change their seat, and can receive a check-in invitation for reservations made on the booking engine. The mobile boarding pass can be downloaded into the passenger's iPhone Passbook or received as a PDF file. Android PassWallet is coming soon.

27. Aug 2014
2e Systems released ECAir IBE

The IBE was produced in responsive web design and contains many features such as an interface to Amadeus, public and profile flight bookings, support of interline and codeshare bookings with partner airlines, access to web fares, APIS (Advanced Passenger Information System) data collection, meal selection, multiple payment channels (including cash and credit card), manage my booking and an e-Vouchers module to effect passenger discounts at point of sale.

17. Jul 2014
2e Systems streamlines crew communications for Virgin America

July 2014 saw eeCrewConnect® go online Virgin America. The project kicked off in early February 2014, went into beta testing 4 months later, and then migrated to a live environment in July 2014. It was reported that the Virgin America crew's adoption of this new technology enhancement was initially over 80% and is still growing, which is indicative of the crew's overwhelming acceptance of improved crew communications.