Turnover, movements, hangar space – all the upward trends we estimated for Geneva Airpark at the end of 2022 have now been confirmed. In addition, the latest figures for new services and flexible parking options in January and February 2023 also bode well for another very encouraging year.
A net increase in turnover
With revenues for 2022 up 2.35% on 2019, Geneva Airpark has returned to growth after two years of business losses due to the pandemic.
Daily Formula: a record start to 2023
Geneva Airpark hosted 70 different aircraft in January and February – almost 60% of its target for the whole of 2023. These figures reflect the appeal of sheltering business jets for short stopovers and a dynamic recovery for business aviation.
Hosted aircraft – annual figures compared to previous years
By achieving 2,593 movements in 2022 - up 18.5% on 2021 (2,188 movements), and up 13.5% on 2019 (2,285 movements), the projections at the end of last year have been exceeded.
2022 vs 2019: other figures up
• Total number of aircraft days in the hangar: + 4.85%
• Average hangar space occupied: + 6.60%
eGPU : 900 hours of energy
In their first year of operation in 2022, the 100% electric eGPUs have enabled Geneva Airpark to provide 900 hours of energy to its customers. The eGPUs (electric Ground Power Units) have proved a beneficial way to replace the APUs (Air Power Units), the use of which is restricted by Geneva airport authorities to limit noise nuisance.
Operational at Geneva Airport since 2009, PART-145 Geneva Airpark offers a comprehensive range of services for business aviation. Geneva Airpark has 20,000 m2 of facilities (hangar space, tarmac, offices, car park). This is directly accessible from the runway near Geneva Airport’s Terminal C3, which is dedicated to business aviation..
For more information, check out www.geneva-airpark.ch
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