Alyzia kickstart at Brussels Airport in a matter of days with iPort DCS
22 Sep 2020
De Meern, The Netherlands – In July 2020, the French ground handler Alyzia started their international expansion by offering ground handling services at Brussels Airport (BRU) in Belgium. The sudden recent opening of a ground handling license at the airport was a golden opportunity but needed Alyzia to act fast.
As a long-time user and customer of iPort DCS in France, Alyzia opted for iPort DCS for their operations in Brussels as well, because of the quick and flexible implementation and the readiness of the application. Being a web-based application, the custom settings of the Alyzia user profile in France could be activated instantly for Brussels.
In a matter of days, Alyzia managed to organize the staff required, while the application was being configured. The intuitive Graphical User Interface of iPort DCS required minimal time to be spent on additional training.
Moreover, this activation was possible with limited costs. Brussels Airport is already a hub for iPort DCS, where several iPort DCS customers have major activities. The community model of iPort DCS allowed Alyzia to step into the cost-sharing model for connectivity and deployment.
Alyzia says: “The choice for iPort DCS at Brussels was easily made. The agility of Res2, being able to act on such short notice and without any implementation costs allowed us to act quickly and to deliver towards our new airline customers. In such situations, especially in Corona times, we’re glad we can count on partners like Res2.”
Hans van Engelen, CEO at Res2, the provider of iPort DCS, says: “We’re pleased to support Alyzia in their next steps, entering international markets, at Brussels Airport. This expansion shows the value of the community-based model and we are glad that Alyzia can enjoy the financial benefit as well as the speed of action. We’re looking forward to building further on this cooperation with Alyzia.”