Geneva Airpark proposes new tailor-made sheltering options


Geneva Airpark, the private aviation hangar complex at Switzerland’s Geneva International Airport, has proposed new personalized hosting options and services to meet the needs of business aviation at the site.

As Switzerland’s leading airport and the third in Europe for business aviation after Le Bourget and Nice, the appeal of IS-BAH certificated airport for business jet clientele remains strong.

Geneva Airpark’s new tailor-made sheltering options will include a 10,000 square meter hangar that can host all types of jets, up to a Boeing 747, for short, medium- or long-term stays, improved opportunities for obtaining desired departure and arrival time slots, a private ramp, immediate passenger access to Terminal C3 reserved for business aviation, a wide range of services for aircraft and crews and a dedicated, human-scale team on site to privilege the quality of customer relations.

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