Business aviation played a key part in bringing political leaders to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Swiss resort of Davos last week. Jet Aviation’s Zurich FBO handled much of the traffic and saw a “slight increase” over the 2012 event, handling 747 movements and 1,531 passengers. Despite poor weather and fog that disrupted flights early in the week, Jet Aviation set handling records on the days preceding the WEF, managing 150 movements on January 22 and 126 the following day.
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