Zagreb-based business aviation operator Jung Sky has lots of reasons for contentment looking back at 2022. Besides achieving YoY growth in revenue, number of passenger flights, flight-time with passengers, the number of destinations covered and the number of clients who chartered flights from them, the company also added a certified Part-145 aircraft maintenance organization to its service portfolio.
Their MRO team is based at Zagreb Airport and can currently meet any line maintenance requirements for jet types Cessna 525, 525A and 525B.
“Although we are stationed at LDZA, our team is pretty agile and can assist in maintenance-related situations anywhere in Europe. Just recently we deployed them to Lyon, France for an AOG mission,” said Davor Bujan, Jung Sky’s technical director.
“As a business aviation operator ourselves, we know what it means to put your aircraft and your trust into someone else’s hands, but given the fact our MRO team also looks after our own fleet – you can be sure we’ve assembled a very skilful team, stocked up with expertise and experience from prominent maintenance companies from around the world,” says Bujan.
Besides providing line maintenance for third parties and in-housing maintenance activities for their own fleet as much as possible, Jung Sky’s long-term plans also include increasing the number of line maintenance bases plus establishing base maintenance services at LDVA airport in Varazdin, Croatia.
Jung Sky is a business aviation operator based in Zagreb, Croatia and currently operating with two of its own Cessna 525A CJ2 aircraft. They average around 1,200 flights per year to more than 200 destinations across Europe and sometimes even the Mediterranean parts of northern Africa.