In April of 2013, Air Moldova acquired 2e Systems to develop the eeBook, eeDepart and eePromote solutions for the carrier. The airline, based out of Chisinau, is the national airline of Moldova and operates scheduled services to 20 destinations in Europe.
In order to support Condor in simplifying the handling of Advance Passenger Information System (APIS), 2e Systems developed an upgrade to the online check-in platform for the carrier to manage routes and flights where passengers are required to submit this information prior to departure.
2e Systems supports Austrian Airlines with facelift for www.austrian.com
Austrian Airlines recently launched a new design for their internet booking engine. The site has an upgraded look, a revised launch page and offers quicklinks so that customers have the ability to go directly into travel support functions, such as manage my booking, flight search and web check-in. The site is also optimized for all hardware, not just PC and laptops, but also mobile phone and tablet devices. For mobile users iOS and Android apps are also available. Links to all Social Media sites is also now an added feature.
The founders of travel insurance start-up Flightsurance, Dr. Jens Ortgiese and Zoltan Kastner, have sold their shares to 2e Systems, making 2e Systems the largest shareholder in the company.
On October 26th 2012, 2e Systems received notification that JetBlue Airways were preparing for potential Irregular Operations due to a large storm that was making its way up the East coast of the U.S., later called Sandy. This storm was the first since the implementation of the latest upgrade to the eeCrewConnect platform. The customer, JetBlue, is a major US carrier with over 180 aircraft, 75 international destinations and over 15,000 inflight crew members. For a carrier of this size, it is a logistical challenge to contact each and every crew member related to schedule changes, cancellation and crew member repositioning.