To support visiting jets to the World Economic Forum
(WEF) in Davos later this month, the ExecuJet Aviation Group has once
again secured an agreement with Dübendorf Airport (LSMD), the
military-owned airport north east of Zurich.
With Zurich Airports limited
parking for business aviation arrivals and its restrictive slot
allocation system, ExecuJets Zurich FBO has pre-booked landing
slots at Zurich Kloten and arranged parking at nearby Dübendorf.
Last year ExecuJet handled a record 325 private movements during
WEF and it is anticipating a similar or even bigger number this
year, according to ExecuJet Managing Director Central Europe Peter
During the five-day meeting, some 2,500 participants
from 91 countries will gather in Davos. Around 75% are business
leaders drawn principally from the Forum's members 1,000 of them
from the largest companies around the world and across economic
ExecuJet is gearing up to host those VIP delegations
arriving by private jets - including overseas Ministers and
Presidents. A number of countries, especially China, are sending a
greater number of delegations to Davos this year.
secured parking at Dübendorf for up to 15 aircraft at any one
time. (Stop overs at Zurich without confirmed parking are
restricted to three hours.) Dübendorf is open daily from 07.00
until 20.00, with an extension on request up until 22.00.
Parking at Dübendorf can be booked in advance and ExecuJet
will have representatives on the ground to look after flight
crews, de-ice aircraft and handle all ground transportation
requests bookable in advance through the company.
We had a very
good experience with the team at Dübendorf Airport last year and
recommend it to clients wholeheartedly, added Peter Hartmann.
Dignitaries, VIPs and celebrities will be travelling to
Switzerland for the WEF and our Zurich FBO team is primed to
handle all their requirements in order to make their stay
enjoyable. Davos is close to the renowned winter sport resorts
including Lech, Zürs, Arosa, Laax and Lenzerheide so we expect
that visitors will stay on and enjoy some leisure time.
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