The 2016 World Economic Forum, a strictly enforced invitation only event, is set to take place January 20 through January 23, 2016. The invitation hosts roughly 2,500 participants who represent more than 100 countries.

2016 World Economic Forum will be held January 20 through January 23, 2016.

2016 World Economic Forum will be held January 20 through January 23, 2016.

Among the attendees are CEOs, politicians, and heads of state from the G20 along with other key nations. Other invitations are offered to philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, technology innovators, and media leaders. Chartering a private jet to this event allows you to arrive in comfort while remaining productive during your travels.

The meeting is held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland for the stated intention of “improving the state of the world.” It is the noble purpose of the event that leads to such a select guest list that has includes U.S. Presidents, Monarchs from around the world, philanthropic entertainers, and business leaders – particularly those involved in corporations that act globally.

Panoramic view of Davos, Switzerland

Panoramic view of Davos, Switzerland

When your invitation arrives, one of the most convenient and cost effective methods of getting there is by a private jet charter to the World Economic Forum.

Potential Considerations for Private Aviation to World Economic Forum

There are two primary considerations to keep in mind when making travel plans for World Economic Forum. Both of which can cause serious problems for people who fly into the area on commercial airlines.

Davos, Switzerland: Location for the 2016 World Economic Forum

Davos, Switzerland: Location for the 2016 World Economic Forum

One. The time of year. January weather in the Swiss Alps can be unpredictable requiring flexibility in travel plans. The weather can cause you to seek alternate landing locations or consider moving arrival and departure times and dates that will allow you to arrive early or leave late in order to accommodate the weather without missing a beat at the forum.

Two. The sheer volume of attendees. Davos isn’t exactly huge. When 2,500 of the world’s busiest entrepreneurs, CEOs, philanthropists, and leaders converge on one small area, you’re looking at one of the world’s biggest private jet traffic jams.

Making plans early, in either case, gives you time to consider alternative arrangements that may be necessary in order to ensure that all your needs are met without missing out on the opportunities attending World Economic Forum has to offer you personally and professionally.

 

Airports for Private Jet Charter Flights to Davos

Scheduling a private jet charter flight to Davos for World Economic Forum is best done well in advance of the event. These are some of the nearby airports that can accommodate private jet traffic.

  • Samedan Airport (SMV) – sometimes referred to as Engadin Airport
  • Hohenems-Dornbirn Airport (HOH)
  • Gallen-Altenrhein Airport (ACH)
  • Memmingen Airport (FMM) – in Germany
  • Zurich Airport (ZRH)

SMV and HOH are the closest airports in proximity to Davos, but can only accommodate private jet aircraft. Flights into locations further away from the resort, Zurich is approximately two hours outside of Davos, for instance, may consider chartering helicopters for transportation from the airport to the resort to save time and avoid traffic.

When you receive your invitation, call Presidential Aviation to discuss private charter jet pricing to the World Economic Forum. We can help you with every aspect of the jet selection process while assisting you with the arrangement of ground transportation and accommodations for the duration of your stay in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum.