ExecuJet Zurich completes another WEF


Company handled over 300 movements at Dübendorf during World Economic Forum

ExecuJet logoExecuJet handled over 300
private aviation movements during the World Economic Fourm held at Davos
between 25 to 29 January with a high majority being ultra long range aircraft.

To facilitate additional
aircraft parking requirements during the WEF, ExecuJet once again secured an
exclusive agreement with Dübendorf Airport the military-owned airport conveniently located
just 5nm north of Zurich
airport. The facility proved extremely popular this year with ExecuJet handled
over double the amount of aircraft compared to last year at Dübendorf airport.

Viviane Sigg, who has
recently been appointed as FBO Manager at Zurich
said: “The WEF is always our busiest time of year in Zurich
and it was a tremendous responsibility for me to oversee ExecuJet’s facilities
at Zurich and
Dübendorf during such a crucial event. We handled flights for visiting VIPs
from all over the world, including several European and International Heads of
State. The team rose to the task and I’m delighted that ExecuJet’s business
aviation clients were able to arrive and depart with ease.”