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Euro Jet completes integration with LEON Software

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Euro Jet has announced ahead of the upcoming European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) this May 28-30 in Geneva, Switzerland, that it has successfully integrated with LEON Flight Management Software right before an expected busy summer season.

Euro Jet’s cooperation with LEON is intended to simplify the flight management process and provide more efficient communication and data exchange with our customers.

LEON Software provides an integrated platform that manages a wide range of tasks and reports for all airline departments and has become the cornerstone software for aviation companies worldwide.

Euro Jet’s integration with this flight management software enables instant and secure data exchange with operators.

Direct access to LEON’s extensive data repository allows us to tailor our services to the needs of each flight, ensuring that all required flight support services are synchronized with the operator’s requirements while eliminating duplicate data entry.

The integration comes ahead of an expected busy summer season for Euro Jet.

Flights into the companies’ Balkan region which includes Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, and Bosnia and Herzegovina are off to a promising start while its teams in the Czech Republic are supporting flights arriving for the Ice Hockey World Championship.

Euro Jet’s operations in Poland, Romania, and Bulgaria continue to be very strong, with many of them related to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Flights are expected to also increase significantly in Hungary this July when the EU Presidency begins there along with the Grand Prix later in the month.

Gareth Danker, Euro Jet’s Director of Global Sales and Marketing, says: “The partnership between Euro Jet and LEON provides a more efficient management of flight operations while making a whole range of flight support services more accessible for our customers.

“This product will become even more important as we have a lot of flights coming up over the next few months into the Balkans from a diverse group of sectors.

“Our teams are excited and ready to tackle the busy summer season and its challenges head on, while always providing a seamless customer experience.”

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