Res2 is a Netherlands based ground handling IT provider. The management, functional board, development, support and commercial teams are located in De Meern. The datacenter is hosted in Atlanta, USA.
iPort DCS is currently operational at nearly 200 airports worldwide and is still growing rapidly.
Hans van Engelen - CEO
Hans has an impressive track record in various business areas and has been involved in Airline IT since 1998. He was in charge of the program management of the iPort development project and he took over the CEO responsibility in 2010
Cees Mul - CTO
An airline IT veteran, Cees has been involved in application development, communications, architecture and anything else related to airlines IT. Cees is the architect and technical visionary behind iPort.
One of the global players in the airline IT industry, Travelport offers a wide range of products expertise. iPort benefits, not only by using the 7 x 24 Travelport services and worldwide infrastrure. But also by tapping into the pool of airline professionals that is shared between the 2 parties. Travelport is also a reseller of the iPort suite.
ARC Data was established in 1989 by a select group of executives from Telex Computer and Memorex Telex, in charge of the transportation business for Italy and other countries. ARC Data provides a wide range of applications and services, mainly to the airline industry. Res2 and ARC Data have agreed that ARC Data is the main reseller of iPort in the Italian market. ARC Data has an excellent reputation, and we are proud to announce ARC Data as our partner.
Asseco South Eastern Europe is part of Asseco Group, one of the top ten software vendors in Europe, which offers comprehensive, proprietary IT solutions for all sectors, including aviation. ASEE is successful as a result of the integration of experience, knowledge and solutions of major, segment leading IT companies operating in the SEE region. ASEE is Res2's partner in South Eastern Europe.
DUTCH DAKOTA ASSOCIATION
Res2 is a proud sponsor of DDA Classic Airlines, the Dutch Dakota Association that operates and maintains a Dakota and a Stinson Sentinel aircraft on a voluntary base. Both aircraft have a rich historical background as operating aircraft during the 2nd World War. The PBA actually dropped paratroopers over France on D-day, 1944. It also operated as 'royal airplane' serving the Dutch Royal Family. We are pleased to support DDA’s operations and keeping the historical aircraft in the air. Below you can find some pictures, but please go to www.dutchdakota.nl for more information.