Getting to Davos
As official carrier to the 3rd GRF One Health Summit 2015 in Davos Swiss International Air Lines offers you the best booking flexibility together with Swiss product and service quality, all at a significantly discounted price.
As the national airline of Switzerland Swiss offers event participants a reduction of up to 10% off regular fares.
Your stay in Switzerland begins the moment you board one of Swiss' aircrafts.
Discounted congress fares are specifically marked as special rates and make it possible for you to rebook flexibly or cancel if necessary. Reductions depend on the fare type, routing and availability and are valid on the full SWISS network for flights to Switzerland, including flights operated by one of our partner airlines with an LX flight number. These fares are bookable with immediate effect for the travel period 14 days before and after the event.
To take advantage of this offer, book simply and conveniently on swiss.com via the following link:
Booking codes for registered partcipants will be provided via e-mail through the conference secretariat.
SWISS is already looking forward to pampering you with typical Swiss hospitality on board.
The closest airport to Davos is the Zurich International Airport, served by most airlines. Trains departing from the airport depart approximately every hour, arriving at the Davos Train Station. The cost for a return train ticket is CHF 118 (EUR 97), and the travel time to Davos is approximately 2.5 hours. Tickets can be purchased directly at the train station / airport. Further information and timetables are available at the the website of the Swiss Railway.
Arrival at Zurich International Airport: The fastest way to get to Davos from Zurich International Airport is by train. The Swiss Railway SBB travel centre is located beneath the Airport Center in the Check-in 3 area. The ticket counters are open from 06:15 to 22:00. In Customs Hall 2, arriving passengers have the option to buy a ticket from the vending machines. Additional ticket machines can be found right next to the SBB travel centre.
From Geneva Airport: The train connection is approximately 5 hours and 20 min, leaving from the airport railway station. The airport offers connections to the Swiss and European rail network. The SBB airport railway station has direct access to the airport Check-in and Arrival levels. All trains stop at Geneva-Cornavin station (city centre). Tickets can be purchased at the distributers in the train station (Swiss francs, euros or credit cards), at the station ticket wickets, at the SBB Ticket Shop or – on landing in Geneva – in the baggage claim area (Arrivals level).
From EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg: EuroAirport is not linked directly to the railway system, but there are connections by public transport to the railway stations in Basel with trains to Switzerland, France and Germany, and to the railway stations in Saint Louis and Freiburg. Davos is reachable in 3 hours with public transport.
Davos is easily accessible from different airports by train or car. For more information on details and bookings, please consult the Swiss Railways website: www.sbb.ch (also available in English).
The Swiss Pass offers you unlimited travel on the Swiss public transport network on either 4, 8, 15 or 22 consecutive days or one entire month. More information: www.railaway.com
Arriving by car from north or south simply take the highway to Landquart (direction Chur), exit "Davos/Landquart" and follow the signs to Davos.
Transportation within the City
The districts of Davos and Klosters both boast comprehensive bus networks. Holders of a Davos Klosters guest card can use the bus networks free of charge.
Fixed taxi ranks are located in Davos and Klosters at the Rhaetian railway stations - RhB (Davos Platz, Davos Dorf, Klosters Platz). It is also possible to book taxis with the following companies.
Would you like to travel through Switzerland without hauling your luggage around? This is possible, with the Rhaetian railway luggage service.