Samedan Airport (ICAO: LSZS, IATA: SMV) is also known as Engadin Airport, and is a regional airport in Samedan in the Engadin valley of Switzerland. The airport boasts one asphalt runway measuring 1800 metres. It is considered one of the most challenging airports in the world because of its topography and winds. Samedan is exclusive to private jet flights and general aviation.
Samedan Airport is located 5 km northeast of St Moritz and popular Swiss ski resorts, around a 10 minute drive.
The longest flight from Samedan Airport is a 289 mile non-stop route to Brussels, operated by Flex Flight the only airline flying to and from Engadin. Popular destinations from Samedan Airport also include Paris Le Bourget. It is one of the highest airports in Europe at 5600 feet above sea-level. Long range private jets such as Gulfstreams, Global and Dassault Falcons are able to operate fully fuelled allowing passengers to reach St Moritz directly from North America, the Middle East and Europe. Airbus ACJ, Boeing BBJ and Embraer Lineage are all certified to operate.