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.

02. Jul 2014
airBaltic introduces Bitcoin payment

Innovation, together with providing passengers with greater choice, is key for airlines in differentiating themselves from their competitors. airBaltic, recognised as one of TOP 10 airline innovators globally, enhanced their current client offering by being the first airline in the world to introduce Bitcoin as form of payment for air tickets. 2e Systems enhanced the IBE on behalf of airBaltic to enable greater payment choices for their passengers and thereby enhancing the passenger experience.

05. Mar 2014
2e Systems signs new customer Virgin America
2e Systems signs new customer Virgin America

2e Systems is pleased to announce Virgin America as its newest customer for the eeCrewConnect® Crew Member notifications platform.

The platform notifies inflight and flight deck crew members in changes to their schedule, as well as any relevant flight changes.

03. Mar 2014
2e Expands into Australasia Region

2e Systems GmbH has founded a subsidiary in Australia called 2e Systems Pty Ltd. The company will officially commence operation in June 2014.

The founding of this new subsidiary compliments the existing group of 2e companies, meaning that 2e is now represented in 4 countries: Germany, UK, Croatia and Australia.

05. Feb 2014
Austrian Airlines online with 2e Systems eePaxConnect Platform

2e recently supported Austrian Airlines in launching a new passenger notifications platform. Called yourUpdate, the solution notifies passengers of flight delays as well as cancellations via E-mail or SMS. 

In the event of delays of 30 minutes or more, or if a flight has to be cancelled, customers will automatically be sent an SMS or E-mail informing them of the current flight status and contact details for rebooking, without the need to register.