Freebird adopts iPort solution

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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Freebird Airlines has a strong infrastructure amongst Turkish private air carriers and operates in Europe and the Middle East.

The carrier has three core activities: passenger/cargo transport, engineering and maintenance and flight crew training.

With the adoption of Res2's iPort DCS, Freebird Airlines can now organise advanced operations from any type of airport. iPort DCS can run in airports with a challenging infrastructure, such as limited bandwidth and hardware. Even in locations where the airport does not offer any equipment at all, Freebird Airlines will still be able to handle flights thanks to the mobile workstation of iPort DCS, which is essentially a suitcase with the PC, printers and passport swipe built-in.

IPort DCS is already active in 320 airports, which can be introduced to the Freebird network at short notice. The availability of iPort DCS in these locations presents Freebird Airlines with a strong competitive advantage and an immediate head start with these untapped markets.


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