Looking for some fresh air? Why not discover the famous Swiss ski resort of Gstaad? Known for the many stars and celebrities who regularly come, Gstaad is also a family village where you can enjoy a relaxing holiday. AEROAFFAIRES advises you to fly in a private jet to make your stay unforgettable.
AEROAFFAIRES is your specialist in chartering private jets and helicopters at the best rates. Created in 1991 by François-Xavier CLERC, AEROAFFAIRES has already satisfied more than 95,000 passengers and operated more than 20,000 private flights.
Our experts are at your disposal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to find the jet that suits you best. Air taxi, helicopter, long-haul private jet or commercial plane for VIPs, AEROAFFAIRES charters your aircraft in 2 hours at a competitive rate.
Flying with AEROAFFAIRES also means supporting sustainable development. Through our SkyCO2 program, 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by each business flight are offset by supporting the preservation of South America’s primary forests.
Book your private jet by contacting us 7/7 and 24H/24 on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 91 82.
Location & access
Gstaad Airport is located 2.8 km northwest of Gstaad in the municipality of Saanen, 5 minutes by car from the main ski resorts (Les Gouilles, Château d’Oex, Eggli-La Videmanette).
AEROAFFAIRES offers you the booking of vehicles with driver to take you to your hotel or meeting places. Mercedes S-Class, Viano, Limousine… we put the vehicle you need at your disposal, for as long as you need it.
AEROAFFAIRES can also provide you with a helicopter rental service to reach the top of the runways or to discover the area from the sky.
The coordinates of the aerodrome are:
- Airport Code: ZHK
- Latitude: 46°29’18” N
- Longitude: 7°14′92″ E
- Altitude: 1008 m
- Runway length: 1400 m
Its 1400-metre-long runway is mainly used by turboprop aircrafts.
History of the aerodrome
Gstaad airfield was used for military purposes during the Second World War and the Cold War. Its location was subject to military secrecy, not appearing in information manuals until the 1980s. Gradually, infrastructures were created to accommodate private jets.
The city of Gstaad hosts several international events each year, including tennis tournaments. It is also the setting of many novels and films such as “OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus”, “Le Retour de la panthère rose” or “Snowboarder”.
On site, we recommend you to stay in the legendary palace: Gstaad Palace. You will be able to enjoy a pleasant and revitalising stay.
After a nice day spent on the slopes, we suggest you dine at the gourmet restaurant Le Sommet : the unique tasting menu prepared by Chef Martin Göschel will convince the most demanding palates.
AEROAFFAIRES also recommends you to practice heli-skiing or to try the Eisstock (a typical sport equivalent to curling) in the centre of Gstaad.