ExecuJet Africa is celebrating its prestigious status as operator of the first ever jet to land at St Helena Airport (HLE) in the South Atlantic Ocean.
While much of the Northern Hemisphere is ensconced in short, cold days and long, frosty nights during the winter, the ExecuJet FBO in St. Maarten basks in perennial warmth and perpetual sunshine, punctuated by short periods of island rain.
At the 47th Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting, the global political elite, economic heavyweights, and public personalities-turned-spokespeople-for-world-causes gather. From 17-20 January, 2017 – as these economic pundits, pioneers, and pacesetters mingle, meet and debate – ExecuJet will be equally busy helping Forum attendees get where they need to be.
Have a spare afternoon after a morning meeting in one of the world’s top financial centres? Or thinking of spending the weekend in the city ranked second in the world (according to Mercer’s rankings) for quality of living? Then practice your Swiss-German dialect and hit the streets of Zurich. Say “Grüezi” as you enter a bakery and order “Chäs-Chüechli” (savoury cake made with cheese) with coffee and prepare for an invigorating and immersive experience getting to know the largest city in Switzerland.
As the year winds down and a New Year enters, isn’t time to reflect and take a well-deserved break? After all your hard work, you deserve the best there is when it comes to your time off. With the winter season just around the corner, now is the time to start planning your exceptional cold-weather get away. Where do you want to go? From the Alps to the Scottish Highlands, wherever you choose to indulge this winter, enjoy a discreet and time-efficient journey with ExecuJet and live richly in a boutique chalet or villa rental from our partner, Art de Vivre.
Dubai is the modern global crossroads. To prove that, here are some outstanding numbers: Dubai International Airport is the busiest in the world for international passenger rankings, having hosted over 77 million passengers in 2015. And waiting in the wings, a mere 37 km away, the recently opened (and still expanding) Al Maktoum International Airport expects to handle 160 million passengers annually upon its completion in 2027.