Geneva Airpark expands clientele despite less traffic


Geneva Airpark, a facility for private jets based at Geneva Airport’s Terminal C3 in Switzerland, has reported 2016 saw an increase in its activity and profits, despite an overall decrease in the amount of business aviation traffic at the airport.

The company reports an increase in turnover of 4.58%, growth in new clients of 18%, plus an additional 6.4% of aircraft housed – representing 204 during the year. Business aviation traffic in Geneva Airport as a whole was found to have decreased by 1.2%.

The Airpark features 10,000m² of business jet hangar space, capable of housing most types of aircraft. The site is available for long- or short-term jet parking solutions.

In a statement, Geneva Airpark said, “17 aircraft per day, on average, and up to 24 planes were hosted by our infrastructure, directly accessible from the runway. Geneva Airpark also expanded its clientele in 2016 with 18 new customers, representing over 32% of active clients on a daily basis. And they have remained loyal – over 20% of our new clients from 2015 continued to use Geneva Airport’s services, such as customer aircraft cleaning and on-site laundry.”

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