Ground support group Euro Jet Intercontinental is set to open new private lounges in the Albanian capital Tirana and the Romanian capital Bucharest. When the new facilities open around late October or early November, the Czech Republic-based company will have 13 bases across Eastern Europe.
Its new facility in Tirana is located immediately adjacent to the general aviation aircraft parking ramp and provides a crew rest space with a kitchen and bathroom. The new lounge in Bucharest is at the city's Baneasa Airport within the general aviation terminal.
So far this year, Euro Jet has reported record numbers of flights handled, especially in summer resorts in Croatia and Montenegro. The company also has crew lounges in Prague and Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic; Tivat, Montenegro; Zagreb and Dubrovnik, Croatia; Constanta, Romania; Poprad, Slovakia; Kiev, Ukraine; Belgrade, Serbia; Sofia, Bulgaria; and Warsaw, Poland. Additionally, it has a heated hangar in Prague.
Including its own resources and those provided by partners worldwide, Euro Jet provides handling supervision services through a network of partners covering 46 countries in Europe, 54 in Africa, 44 in Asia, 16 in North America and the Caribbean, 12 in South America, seven in Central America, and 14 across Oceania, including Australia and New Zealand.