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Thai Vietjet chooses iPort Departure Control System powered by Travelport and Res2

10 October 2023

Travelport, a global technology company that powers travel technology for airline industry worldwide, and Res2, a Netherlands based departure control system provider and airport automation leader, today announced a new multi-year agreement with Thai Vietjet, a leading low-cost airline from Thailand with flights to destinations across Asia-Pacific. Under the agreement, the airline will be using iPort DCS (Departure Control System) to manage passenger handling, baggage, boarding, and enhance its customer experience with the automation enabled by iPort.


S.C. Kronaero Brasov international airport GHV selected iPort DCS 

15 June 2023

Brasov international airport recently opened its doors, the completely new airport welcomed its first commercial flight on the 15th of June and selected iPort DCS to be the in-house solution for all traffic.


Münster/Osnabrück Airport (FMO) and Saarbrücken Airport both selected iPort DCS 

4 April 2023

Saarbrücken Airport first iPort DCS flight was a Sun Express flight to AYT. Airport Duty Manager Patrick Köhn was impressed by the flawless and fast implementation process.

Münster/Osnabrück Airport (FMO) started with a multi-leg Corendon Airlines flight to ACE and TFS. All 179 passengers were checked in and boarded rapidly. The check in team likes iPort DCS for its intuitive and friendly user interface.


Qanot Sharq Airlines is dedicated to using iPort DCS

7 March 2023

Qanot Sharq is the first private passenger airline in Uzbekistan and is quickly growing its network.

The airline's route network connects Uzbekistan with international countries (Jeddah, Phuket, Tel Aviv and more), as well as Uzbekistan with domestic destinations (Samarkand, Bukhara, Fergana). And with more to come!


AvioBook develops new integration with iPORT DCS

12 September 2022

AVIOBOOK EFB is now able to digest the iPort DCS EDP Loadsheet. After a successful collaboration it's now possible to send the EDP Loadsheet directly to the AVIOBOOK EFB.


The big challenge!

2 September 2022

At this moment Res2 is deeply involved in all the details regarding EU-LISA. Next working group September 30th should be interesting because during this event, European wide EiO (Entry into Operation) plans are being discussed. EES (entry/exit system) activation is currently penciled in for Spring 2023, with ETIAS to be scheduled at a later date.

Product development is proceeding and connectivity is established with EU-LISA test systems.


iPort goes mobile
A sneak preview

2 September 2022

The advantages of applications designed for mobile is obvious to all. iPort Ramp tool for mobile is the latest major product development within the iPort DCS suite.


CTO at Res2 shares what challenges he faces and what his main responsibilities are within his role. 

21 September 2021

iPort DCS is active on hundreds of airports worldwide. Many airports, airlines and passengers rely on the availability and reliability of the iPort system.


Freebird Airlines and Res2 join forces to optimize aircraft handling processes and to deliver seamless customer experience.

13 July 2021

With iPort DCS, Freebird Airlines can organize advanced operations from any type of airport. iPort DCS can run in airports with a challenging infrastructure, with limited bandwidth and hardware. 


Chair Airlines selects iPort DCS as most cost-efficient solution. 

08 June 2021

Chair Airlines has been looking for a stable and mature Departure Control System that easily runs at airports such as Zurich Airport, Chair’s home base with e-gates, mobile ramp agents and more.


Starting off 2021  with a partnership with Aerohandling Ukraine

6 January 2021

Aerohandling Ukraine decided to join hands with iPort DCS through partnership. Aerohandling Ukraine used to handle SkyUp in iPort DCS already, but now they will handle other carriers as well. 

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SkyUp Airlines acting swiftly to market demand with iPort DCS

21 October 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a big impact on the aviation industry. Airlines are challenged to introduce new industry regulations to ensure a healthy and safe environment during the airport process and on board the aircraft.

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Alyzia kickstarts at Brussels Airport in a matter of days with iPort DCS

22 September 2020

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. 

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