ExecuJet welcomes over 300 business jets for World Economic Forum


Company handled over 300 business aircraft movements at Zurich and Dubendorf Airports durign the World Economic Forum annaul meeting held in Daxos, Switzerland.

ExecuJet Aviation FBO at Zurich Airport, Switzerland, has just completed a busy week of aircraft handling for the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting at Davos-Klosters. During the event, held from 23-27 January, ExecuJet handled over 300 business aircraft movements at Zurich Airport and Dübendorf Airport, including a high proportion of ultra-long-range business jets.

As in prior years, ExecuJet met high levels of WEF customer demand by expanding its aircraft parking capacity through an exclusive agreement with bearby Dübendorf Airport. Dübendorf enjoyed its highest ever WEF traffic, with movements up by over 80% on 2012.

Viviane Sigg, ExecuJet’s Zurich FBO manager, said “The WEF Annual Meeting is the ultimate test for an FBO. Not only do we have to handle a huge spike in aircraft movements, but the passengers are at the very top of the global ‘A List’. For such a prestigious event and clientele there is simply no scope for error. I am delighted at how our team rose to the challenge this year.”

Nicole Gut, ExecuJet’s director of European FBOs, said “ExecuJet aims to set the global standard for FBO operations. Our Zurich team more than upheld the group’s reputation over the past week and we are delighted to have played a role in the smooth running of this year’s WEF Annual Meeting.”