I super ricchi affollano i cieli di Davos per l' Annual World Economic Forum dove circa 2,500 persone parleranno di grandi temi come il prezzo del petrolio e la crisi economica. Di questi circa 500 sono arrivati con aerei privati
Look to the skies this week in Switzerland and you'll see the heavens are cluttered with private jets. Billionaires and world leaders from across the globe are flying en masse to the Annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland -- and they insist on traveling in style. Roughly 1,700 private flights are expected over the course of the week, which is twice as many as normal, according to WINGX Advance, a tracking firm. Traffic is expected to rise 5% compared to last year's event. Private jet companies have warned clients to plan ahead, as securing spots for landing, take-off and parking can become a logistical nightmare.