Your private jet to the Wengen World Cup Ski Races
With over 30,000 spectators per year, the Lauberhorn ski races count amongst the world’s most followed events on the winter sports’ calendar. The beautiful ski resort of Wengen lies in the Bernese Oberland and has been hosting the international Lauberhorn World Cup since 1930.
The racing takes places in mid-January and includes Downhill, Slalom and Alpine Combined (or Super Combined); with the Lauberhorn Downhill being the longest race in the FIS Ski World Cup circus, while the Slalom is considered one of the most challenging ski courses on the planet.
These epic races attract thousands of ski enthusiasts and receive extensive media coverage by over 400 journalists from more than 15 different countries.
It is an unmissable highlight of Alpine ski racing set within Wengen’s stunning mountain backdrops of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, delighting its guests every year.
Visitors particularly appreciate the peaceful atmosphere of the car-free mountain village of Wengen and often enjoy exploring the neighbouring ski areas too: the Jungfrau region, Grindelwald-First and Mürren-Schilthorn. After the event, our clientele sometimes also likes to visit the well-known resort town of Interlaken, lying between two lakes, Brienz and Thun, and alongside the river Aare.
In order to reach Wengen and attend the international Lauberhorn World Cup ski races, travellers can hire a private jet to Bern Airport (BRN) with LunaJets. Our team can also coordinate a private shuttle from the airport to the resort, taking about one hour and ten minutes. Alternatively, private jet travellers can fly to Zurich and let LunaJets arrange a private transfer of about one hour and 50 minutes to Wengen.
LunaJets can assist you with your upcoming trip to Wengen any time. Our Private Aviation Advisors are on hand 24/7 to help you hire the private jet you prefer at the best price on the market.