Here are the $60 million private jets that fly business leaders to Davos for the World Economic Forum
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- The 2019 World Economic Forum kicked off in Davos, Switzerland, this week.
- The Air Charter Service expects that roughly 1,500 private jets will shuttle attendees to and from the conference this week.
- The WEF challenged the ACS projection and said the organization expects private jet traffic to fall 14%.
- The most popular aircraft are large private jets from Gulfstream and Bombardier.
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While the ACS's figures used data from four airports, the WEF projection is based only on traffic data from Zürich and St. Gallen-Altenrhein airports.According to Christie, the most popular aircraft are Gulfstream GV and Bombardier Global Express planes. These are large, ultra-long-range private jets that typically cost more than $60 million per aircraft. With the ability to make discreet transoceanic flights at high speed, these aircraft are common among business leaders: