The ExecuJet Aviation Group once again reported an exceptionally busy period during 26-30th January supporting visiting jets whose passengers were headed for the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting at Davos, Switzerland. The company handled 330 movements during the event with a high majority being Global Express and Gulfstream aircraft.
As in previous years, ExecuJet secured an exclusive agreement with Dubendorf Airport (LSMD), the military-owned airport conveniently located just 5nm north of Zurich airport, to allow for aircraft to be parked at the airfield during the WEF. ExecuJet handled 20 movements at Dubendorf during this period, with all passengers being handled through the Zurich FBO.
Our newly refurbished pilot and passenger lounges at our Zurich FBO were greatly ppreciated by delegates and crews and we increased the number of dedicated ExecuJet representatives on the ground at both Zurich and Dubendorf to look after passengers and flight crews, de-ice aircraft and handle all ground transportation requests said Nicole Gut, ExecuJet Director of European FBOs. We were also able to park an increased number of aircraft at Zurich this year thanks to the addition of our new hangar.