For skiers who want to fly internationally during ski season, JetCard provides the perfect opportunity to go even further.

Avoiding the busy hubs, such as Denver or Geneva, private jet charter offers access to the smaller private airports that are closer to the international ski resorts, thus minimizing the transfer journey to your final destination. While we can fly you anywhere in the world, these are a few of the most popular airports for accessing the top ski resorts, along with examples of just some of the aircraft you have access to with Air Partner’s JetCard.


  Private jet to Telluride Airport (TEX)

Zermatt

 

KEY FACTS 

Altitude 1620m
350km of pistes
Home to the highest altitude station accessible by cable car in Europe – the Matterhorn glacier at 3883m
Extensive off piste skiing
Cosmopolitan and lively town with outstanding restaurants 

BEST TIME TO GO

February - when the sun comes out and the challenging Stockhorn slopes open
If you’re after ideal heliskiing conditions, March and April are best when the crevasses are well filled on the glaciers 

THE MUST-SKI PISTE

Rothorn or Stockhorn 

WHERE TO STAY

A true home away from home, at Mont Cervin Palance guests will be greeted in a red covered horse-drawn carriage and delivered to the charming and quaint hotel. From rustic Alpine to contemporary luxury, the interior design of the hotel spans everyone’s taste. The views and location, at the foot of the Matterhorn, are truly spectacular, particularly from the outdoor pool of the 1700 square meter Wellness & Spa. The hotel’s Michelin-starred Ristorante Capri serves sumptuous Mediterranean cuisine. 

WHERE TO DINE 

For lunch with a view, Chez Vrony provides not only outstanding cuisine, but also exceptional mountain views. Surrounded by a sea of Moncler jackets, you can warm up with a drink on the terrace or stop for a longer lunch from their exquisite menu. One of the most popular mountain hangouts for good reason -advance booking is recommended! 

WHERE TO APRÈS SKI

After a hard day on the slopes, enjoying a lively après ski party is an essential part of any ski holiday. Snowboat in Zermatt offers a lively atmosphere and exquisite cocktails made with fresh ingredients and premium spirits in a boat-shaped building by the river. If you’re partial to a glass of fizz, the Champagne Bar is ready to greet you as you weave you way down from Sunnegga. Their friendly service and flutes of champagne will always go down well after a busy day of skiing. 

WHERE TO PARTY

For those who want to continue the party after dark, visit one of the most legendary nightclubs in the Alp – Broken Bar Disco at the Hotel Post. With the dark, cozy atmosphere of a wine cellar and the iconic wine barrel that is use as a dancefloor, you’ll be entertained until dawn. 

WHERE TO UNWIND  

Make a visit to the Alpine Spa at the Grand Hotel to sooth those aching muscles. Featuring a pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam bath, and alpine and an ice grotto as well as a private spa area for couples and a number of treatments, the spa offers everything you’ll need to relax and unwind. 

HOW TO GET THERE

Fly into Sion airport and then its just over an hour's transfer to the resort by car. 


 Private jet to Courchevel airport

Courchevel
 

KEY FACTS

Altitude 1747m
150km of pistes
A winter playground for the rich and famous, Courchevel is known as the luxury resort of the Alps. 

BEST TIME TO GO

With much quieter slopes and likely to have had a few good snowfalls, January is a great time to go to Courchevel.  

THE MUST-SKI PISTE

The Grand Couloir 

WHERE TO STAY

The Cheval Blanc offers a contemporary feel throughout its 37 rooms and is home to the only restaurant in Courchevel with 3 Michelin stars, where cuisine is fused with art. The Ski Service team will add the small details that make your time memorable – from preparing your equipment and readying it on the slopes for you to providing a sweet treat to keep you going on the slopes. 

WHERE TO DINE

The Michelin starred restaurant Le Farcon cannot be missed if you’re staying in Tania-Courchevel. Head chef Julien Machet will take you on a culinary adventure with a new menu every lunch time and evening. 

WHERE TO APRES SKI

Complete with a vodka bar, Ku De Ta is a popular apres ski venue where you can party from about 4pm. From live music to crepes and tapas to accompany your vin chaud you’ll find everything you could want from an apres ski venue. 

WHERE TO PARTY

Try the Mangeoire piano bar in Courchevel 1850 that offers an extensive wine list and a disco that continues until 5am.  

WHERE TO UNWIND

The Cha’Banya spa Le Chabichou Courchevel 1850 has a subterranean wellness centre under the ski slope that specialises in an array of multi-sensory experiences. From a tropical-rain trail to a Dead Sea pool, Russian sauna, hammam, Polar bath, ice fountain, saline cave and a musical pool. You can intertwine your wellness experience and skiing with their treatment programmes, including daily apres ski massages and facials. 

HOW TO GET THERE 

Fly to Chambery airport and then its an hour's drive from the airport to the resort. 


 Private jet to Lech airport

Lech

 

KEY FACTS 

Altitude 1450m
180km of pistes
Home to a number of world and Olympic ski champions and one of the world’s premier ski destinations 

BEST TIME TO GO

Often receiving up to double the amount of snow compared to its French rival and to be the first to cap the number of passes issued at peak holiday times, recommend anytime from December to March. 

THE MUST-SKI PISTE

Ski or snowboard the clockwise circuit of The White Ring – perfect for intermediate level. 

WHERE TO STAY

Host to Princess Diana when she skied in Lech, the five starred Hotel Almhof Schneider has changed tack to a more contemporary feel that appeals to the younger clientele. 

WHERE TO DINE

Dine at The Fenice at Hotel Arlberg for a menu of Mediterranean gourmet delicacies, created by two chefs de cuisine. Infusing regional products with Mediterranean flair, creativity and taste, both the service and food regularly impress. 

WHERE TO APRÈS SKI

Try the Burg Ice Bar for a refreshing drink at the end of the day, one the après ski hotspots in Lech. 

WHERE TO PARTY 

The atmosphere of Fux Jazz Bar continues until dawn. With a laid-back lounge bar and a menu of 60 different malt whiskies served with a choice of cigars beside a log fire you will quickly settle in for the night. 

WHERE TO UNWIND

The Spa at the Aurelio is an extensively equipped Thermal Suite, featuring sauna cabins, aroma salt steam rooms, herbal baths, vital sensory showers, cooling down experiences, a snow atrium and a fitness suite.  

HOW TO GET THERE

Fly into Innsbruck airport and then a 90 minute transfer by car to the resort. 


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Fly with JetCard to access these benefits

  • Access to smaller private airports, so you can get closer to the slopes

  • Apply your JetCard funds to a helicopter transfer straight into your resort

  • Guaranteed jet with only 12 hours’ prior notice so you don’t miss the fresh powder

  • Hourly rates are fully inclusive - including de-icing charges

  • Personal Account Manager and 24/7/365 global support service

 
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