Euro Jet back on track at EBACE 2022


Euro Jet, a leading provider of flight support services throughout Europe and Central Asia will celebrate being back on track at this year’s European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) being held May 23-25, 2022.

“It is hard to believe that we have not had an EBACE show for the past 2 years, but of course the pandemic prevented us from meeting in person. We are looking forward to presenting a new booth design, seeing our customers and vendors, and discussing the busy summer season ahead of us,” said Charlie Bodnar, CEO of Euro Jet.

For the past 14 years, Euro Jet has experienced unprecedented growth in the number of customers served along with the company’s continuing goal to provide the highest level of customer service. While the pandemic posed its challenges, especially in the beginning, Euro Jet has continued to grow and provide even more services to its customers.

Over the past two years, Euro Jet has expanded its network of complimentary crew lounges and offices. This year the company opened new crew offices in Belgrade, Serbia and Pristina, Kosovo.

Euro Jet also recently opened-up new lounges in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Split, Croatia and renovated its crew lounge in Zagreb, Croatia and is currently renovating its Prague, Czech Republic location.

The past two years also saw the fastest growth of flight traffic in the countries that surround the Adriatic Sea. This includes Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania.

Euro Jet is considered an industry leader in this region as it provides ground support services at every airport in these countries. This includes having Euro Jet branded English speakers and NATA Safety 1st trained representatives available to help coordinate all aspects of the operation.

Bodnar said, “While the past two summer seasons have been very busy, we believe 2022 may be the busiest ever with so many travelers returning to Europe. We anticipate most of this traffic will go into the Balkans, especially the Adriatic area.  I am proud to say that Euro Jet was the first ground support company to go into this region many years ago and 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.”

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