Fly directly from Geneva, over the city’s famous Jet d’Eau and head east for 20 minutes over Lake Geneva and toward Montreux.
The Col de Jaman is the next highlight on your ride. On your right, you will see the small train that goes up Rochers de Naye, a 2,042-metre-high mountain and the gateway to the Bernese Oberland.
Land on Glacier 3000 and take in the superb view of the Northern Alps while sipping a glass of chilled Champagne.
Then fly on to Saanen Airport where a vehicle will be waiting to drive you to Gstaad for a 2-hour afternoon shopping trip.
The flight back to Geneva will take you over Lake Geneva’s southern side and the Lavaux region with its terraces, which were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2007.