Swiss Private Aviation AG was a fully owned subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines providing executive jet services as well as aircraft management and commercial charter services on behalf of its parent company. Swiss Private was also the operations platform for Lufthansa Private Jet, previously operated by Swiss European Air Lines. The airline currently had eight employees. Its head office was located in the Swiss International Air Lines Zurich office in Kloten, Switzerland. In February 2011, Swiss Private Aviation ceased operations as a result of restructuring.
The airline was founded in 1984 as Servair Private Charter AG and was acquired by Swiss International Air Lines and renamed Swiss Private Aviation on 17 July 2008. Following its closure, the company suggested Lufthansa Private Jet Service as an alternative.
The Swiss Private Aviation fleet consisted of the following aircraft types: