Execujet handles Davos visitors

Aviation International News » April 2010
March 31, 2010, 7:00 AM

ExecuJet Aviation again hosted arriving traffic for this year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting January 27 to 31 in Davos, Switzerland, handling more
than 300 aircraft movements during the three-day event. Arriving aircraft were
able to park at military-owned Dübendorf Airport, 5 nm north of Zurich. During
the event, ExecuJet pumped more than 118,000 gallons of fuel, including nearly 37,000 gallons on the peak Saturday.

The largest aircraft was a Boeing 757, and travelers arrived from 75 countries. Flight crews stayed at ExecuJet’s Zurich FBO, which features new wood flooring and furniture, refreshment center, computers and a plasma TV.

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