Zagreb’s Jung Sky Air Company Purchases Third, Larger Jet

Lauren Simmonds

As Sasa Paparella/Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 19th of December, 2019, the Zagreb-based air company Jung Sky, which generated an impressive 35 million kuna last year and currently employs 28 people, expects to open up opportunities on new markets in the coming years, as well as a new segment in its traditional clientele.

Zagreb’s Jung Sky, a privately owned airline that earns more than 90 percent of its revenue from almost exclusively foreign clientele, has celebrated its first ten years in business.

In line with Jung Sky’s anniversary celebration, the company announced an important piece of news in regard to their fleet: in addition to the two Cessna 525A CJ2 jets which they already possess, the Zagreb air company is also purchasing by a third jet, which will have twice the number of seats and longer range than the aforementioned two jets, which each have a range of 1500 miles.

It is owing to these new business moves that this Zagreb company, as stated, plans to introduce itself to new markets in the coming years, and enjoy a new type of clientele. It seems that nothing can get in the way of the spring in the step this company has, with its 35 million kuna in revenue last year and its 28 employees.

“The introduction of a new aircraft into the fleet will be accompanied by an increase in staff, and we’re currently in the process of establishing an aircraft maintenance service. Without exaggeration, we can say that we are entering a whole new era of business for Jung Sky,” concluded Kresimir Jung, the owner and CEO of Jung Sky, who is also one of the crew captains.

This year alone, Zagreb’s Jung Sky crews landed at almost 200 different European airports.

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