Euro Jet prepares for summer 2021 in the Adriatic countries


Euro Jet, a provider of ground support services in Europe and Central Asia, is ready for the upcoming summer travel season and will be providing full ground support services throughout the countries that surround the Adriatic Sea, including Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania.

Euro Jet provides ground support services at every airport in all of these countries. This includes having Euro Jet branded English speakers and NATA Safety 1st trained representatives available to help coordinate all aspects of operations.

Euro Jet is anticipating an extremely busy summer and is ready to assist with navigating all the rules and requirements, in addition to ensuring that all requests for permits, parking, catering, and crew logistics are handled with the utmost priority.

Euro Jet has continued to expand its ground support network by opening new complimentary crew lounges including a new office in Split, Croatia where it anticipates a significant amount of leisure-related flights. Euro Jet will also open a new lounge in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina by June 2021 and a new crew office in Pristina, Kosovo by the end of this year.

Since the start of the pandemic, Euro Jet has maintained all its staff on the ground throughout its core business region located within Europe and Asia. Euro Jet’s ground support teams continue to follow all mandated safety regulations by wearing the proper personal protective equipment and adhering to all safety guidelines.

Euro Jet is continuously expanding and strengthening its 24/7 Operations Control Center based in Prague, Czech Republic. The 24/7 team of data analysts continue to monitor and analyze all NOTAMS and track all rules and regulations related to entry requirements for various countries implemented as a result of Covid-19. This is especially important because the rules change daily as countries begin to open up.

Euro Jet’s CEO Charlie Bodnar said, “We are looking forward to a very busy summer season, especially in the Balkan countries that surround the Adriatic Sea. Euro Jet was the first ground support company to go into this region many years ago and we remain the industry leader with staff located at all airports that have the proper knowledge and expertize to ensure our customers have the best possible experience.  While Covid-19 has really affected aviation, we hope that we are nearing the end and that all borders will open soon so everyone can enjoy the amazing scenery and beaches located in this beautiful part of the world.”

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