Euro Jet, a leading provider of ground support services in Europe and Asia, has gone through a period of growth over the past 12 years.
In 2020 the company has continued to expand its ground support network by planning the opening of new offices. This includes opening a completely new Euro Jet office at Mother Theresa Airport in Tirana, Albania. The Tirana facility, the largest one within the Euro Jet network is situated right next to the general aviation parking positions and offers a panoramic view of the runway and Kruja mountains.
Another refurbished Euro Jet crew lounge was recently opened at Baneasa Airport in Bucharest, Romania. This lounge is located in the General Aviation Terminal. As the year continues, Euro Jet plans to open three new facilities. This includes a refurbished crew lounge at Franjo Tudman Airport in Zagreb, Croatia; a new office at Pristina Airport in Kosovo, and a crew facility at Boryspil International Airport in Kiev, Ukraine.
The year 2020 will also witness some major events occurring throughout Europe and Asia. This includes the UEFA Football Championships held this June 12 – July 12, 2020. Unlike previous years, this year’s games will be held in multiple cities throughout the continent. Euro Jet is ready to support flights in Baku, Azerbaijan; Bucharest, Romania; Budapest, Hungary and St. Petersburg, Russia. Euro Jet is also preparing for the increased traffic during the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan being held this July 24, 2020 – August 9, 2020.
Euro Jet’s CEO Charlie Bodnar said, “While we are very proud of all the amazing work that we did in 2019 and the record year, we cannot rest on our laurels. The year 2020 brings us a new decade, new challenges, and of course the continued responsibility of taking care of our customers. We have some beautiful new offices and lounges opening and will also be well prepared to assist with the upcoming UEFA Euro Cup and Summer Olympics. We look forward to all that is ahead of us and remain committed to ensuring our customers get only the highest level of service.”