Prague-based flight support specialist Euro Jet (Booth K91) returns to EBACE 2022 on the heels of expanding its network of complementary crew offices and lounges and supporting strong growth in flight demand in the Adriatic area. So far this year, the company has opened new crew offices in Belgrade, Serbia, and Pristina, Kosovo. This follows new lounges it added last year in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as Split, Croatia. Euro Jet also renovated its crew lounge in Zagreb, Croatia, and is currently renovating its Prague, Czech Republic location.
The company also reports seeing rapid growth in flight traffic in the countries that surround the Adriatic Sea, encompassing Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania, over the past two years. Euro Jet provides ground support services at every airport in these countries, including having branded English speakers and NATA Safety 1st trained representatives on call to help coordinate all aspects of the flight operation. Its supervisory agents are based at nearly 200 airports in areas that cover the Balkans, the Baltics, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and Pakistan.
Looking ahead, Euro Jet sees even more demand in the coming months. “We believe 2022 may be the busiest ever with so many travelers returning to Europe,” said Euro Jet CEO Charlie Bodnar. He predicts the Balkans, especially the Adriatic area, will remain a favored destination.
“I am proud to say that Euro Jet was the first ground support company to go into this region many years ago,” Bodnar said. “I hope that our high level of quality and service will allow us to be the first choice of our customers as we strive to provide them with the best possible experience.”