Flight arrival times for the day, and previous and next days.
Flight departure times for the day, and previous and next days.
Destinations of scheduled and charter flights from Genève Aéroport. Tourist information. Downloadable timetables.
Itinerary search (scheduled flights), with or without stop, on a given date.
Contact details, web sites and check-in information for airlines operating at Genève Aéroport.
Travel agencies in French-speaking Switzerland and neighbouring France, tour operators by destination.
ResaPark: guaranteed parking place, Priority Lane: no queuing at the security check, Lounge: relaxation area and snacks.
GVApp, Genève Aéroport’s free application (iPhone, iPad, Android), essential for every traveller, escort or visitor to Genève Aéroport!
Visas and identity papers, passenger entitlements, tax refunds on items and lost property.
Cabin and hold baggage, registration options, lost items.
Assistance at Genève Aéroport for persons with reduced mobility: explanation and operation of the free service.
Airlines at Genève Aéroport: their first-class and business lounges.
Car rental companies at Genève Aéroport, Swiss side and French side.
Calculator for the amount of CO2 emitted by a flight, to allow an optional financial contribution to support Swiss or international projects.
The “Avantages” programme of Genève Aéroport is no longer available.
Map of the passenger terminal.
Public transport modes in the Geneva region, Switzerland, and France, and free shuttle buses to hotels. Taxis.
Cycle and pedestrian access to Genève Aéroport.
Car park availability and charges, on-line charge calculation, booking a space with ResaPark, Valet Parking service.
Swiss and French ski resorts, distances from Genève Aéroport.
Geographical location of Genève Aéroport in relation to Europe, Switzerland, and the France-Vaud-Geneva region.
All the Emotions Airport Shopping activities and information, classified by year.
Food, chocolates, sweets, children, duty-free, fashion & accessories, watches & jewellery, pharmacy, photo, video, music, phones, newsagent, books, cigarettes and tobacco, shows, souvenirs, presents, flowers.
Banks & exchange, well-being, business & multimedia, left-luggage, post office, travel.
Restaurants, bars, snack bars, tea-rooms.
Maps of the various levels of Genève Aéroport with shops, restaurants and services
All the Genève Aéroport news and press releases, classified by year.
Airport publications: practical airport information, transport & access, newsletters, institutional publications, environmental publications.
Organisation, facts, figures, statistics, background, downloads.
Transformation of the check-in hall
Genève Aéroport’s East Wing: to give Genève Aéroport its new international dimension.
Environmental management system, environmental plan, fields of action, background information about the environment, bird-strike prevention, environment commission.
Genève Aéroport is committed to sport and culture. We also support humanitarian and environmental campaigns or economic events.
Job opportunities at Genève Aéroport and with the airport site authorities.
Geneva, a high-yield market.
Cargo infrastructure, missions, French users, etc.
The Visitors Center is a reception and information area located in the public zone, on the arrivals level of Genève Aéroport.
Airport charges and fares, Airport operation, Prior Permission Required (PPR), Airport Capacity Enhancement (ACE), Airport - Collaborative Decision Making, ACDM.
General terms and conditions for suppliers, advertising on the airport, driving licences, space leasing, obstacles to aviation, taxis at the airport.
Q&A: baggage preparation, allowed items, safety standards, etc.
Persons with reduced mobility Q&A: how to get help, PRM cost, etc.
Q&A: transport, airport railway station, access to terminal, taxis, etc.
Q&A: vehicle heights, two-wheeler parking lots, shuttle buses, reductions, charges, reservations, etc.
ResaPark: book your car-park space, Priority Lane: fast access to boarding lounges, Lounge: relax in a private lounge.
Q&A: check-in counters, showers, left luggage, VIP service, etc.
Q&A: opening hours of shops and restaurants, currencies accepted, management of commercial space, etc.
Q&A: travel documents, travelling minors, temporary passport, Schengen conditions, etc.
Q&A: French sector, airlines operating there, access and car rentals.
Questions and answers: the airport's environmental measures, obtaining a public transport ticket, noise abatement, etc.
Q&A: business terminal, conference rooms, photographs of the airport, advertising on the airport, downloadable logos, etc.
Q&A: travelling with an animal, lost property, lost luggage, air traffic statistics, working at the airport, guided tours of the airport, balloon release, advertising items, etc.
The procedures are different depending on where the item was lost. The various contacts are here below. You have forgotten or lost something:
In the plane
Contact the "Lost & found" service of your handling company. To know the handling company for each airline, please consult Airlines.
- If Dnata: contact Lost & found Dnata
- If Swissport: contact Lost & found Swissport
In the transit area
Between departure (after the security control) and arrival (before the custom), at a security control.
- Contact Lost & found Swissport
Inside or outside the airport (public area)
Report the loss to the Police or to Geneva City Lost Property Service:
- Police: tel. +4122 427 57 90 (from 07:00 to 19:00). The Police keep lost property items for 24 hours (or 48 hours at weekends) and are not authorised to return items (except in an emergency).
- Cantonal Lost Property Service (SCOTEGM): tel. +41 22 546 09 00 (from 07:30 to 12:00 - 13:00 to 16:00 from Monday to Friday) - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.ge.ch/objets_trouves. Lost property may be reclaimed at SCOTEGM counter (rue des Glacis-de-Rive 5, Genève)
In the train station or in a train from the Swiss network
- SBB: Submit a lost-propoerty report
- Cantonal Lost Property Service (SCOT): tel. +41 22 427 90 00, fax +41 22 427 77 25 - email@example.com - www.ge.ch/objets_trouves
No, items confiscated at the security check cannot be returned.All items seized during the security check will be destroyed, unless otherwise advised by the police services.
When you board your flight from Genève Aéroport, you use infrastructure, equipment and services that require ongoing investments and operating costs. These costs are covered by the passenger charge, and from commercial income.
The passenger charge is shown in the "taxes" box of the air ticket and, for Genève Aéroport, is CHF 23.75, applicable to departures only. It includes the costs of security screening (screening of passengers and hand baggage on boarding and screening of all hold baggage), which account for about 50% of the fee. The other half goes to fund the arrivals and departures halls, waiting and boarding lounges and, more generally, all the facilities directly used by passengers, and also assistance to those with limited mobility.
Any other amounts included in the "taxes" that may be shown on your ticket or invoice do not relate to Genève Aéroport, where the passenger charge is considerably lower than corresponding charges at other airports in Switzerland.
Yes. If the airport closes, as, for example, in April 2010 during the eruption of the volcano in Iceland, the airport offers passengers a certificate of closure on the home page of its website www.gva.ch.
Yes, statistics for Genève Aéroport are available on our web page www.gva.ch/statistiques. You will find the main facts and figures for the current year and also for previous years. You can access other statistical data by consulting our annual reports.
For more detailed figures, please send us a request using our contact form.
For employment and training opportunities. particularly in the field of aviation (flight attendants and air hostesses, pilots, air traffic controllers, reception and check-in, ground handling, maintenance, aircraft mechanics, etc.) and temporary jobs for students, please contact the airport site authorities directly: www.gva.ch/emplois.
The Lejeune school provides hostess, guide, steward, travel agent, etc. training courses: www.ecole-lejeune.ch/.
The IATA Training & Development Institute's Geneva Training Center is located directly behind the airport. The Training Center hosts three- to five-day courses on a variety of aviation subjects throughout the year. Visit the IATA website for more information.
All vacancies at the airport are published on our web page www.gva.ch/emplois.
Applications sent by e-mail will not be replied to.
A spontaneous application may be sent by mail to the following address:
Genève Aéroport, Division Ressources Humaines, Case postale 100, 1215 Genève 15.
Since Genève Aéroport is one of the 150 companies on the airport site, its Human Resources division manages only Genève Aéroport jobs and is not responsible for vacancies in the other companies on the airport site.
Certain documents are required when your pet is travelling by plane from one country to another. Without these documents, your pet may be blocked by the veterinary services in the country of arrival.
For any questions or details, please contact the animal station of Genève Aéroport: +4122 900 20 04 or visit www.avihandling.com/
You will also find information concerning the transport of animals on our page CHECKED LUGGAGE, section TRANSPORT OF ANIMALS.
The Federal Ordinance on special category aircraft (OACS 748,941) lays down the essential conditions for the safety of air navigation as follows:
Art. 16 Restrictions applicable to free balloons
It is forbidden to release free balloons:a) if their payload is greater than 2 kg and their capacity greater than 30 m3;b) at a distance of less than 5 km from the runways of a civil or military aerodrome, if their capacity is greater than 1 m3. Exceptional authorization in writing may be issued by the Federal Office of Civil Aviation for the above case under paragraph (a) and by the air traffic control bodies or the chief executive of the aerodrome for paragraph (b) only.
The release of other balloons and small balloons does not require authorization for the purposes of aviation safety.
The number of balloons released simultaneously may however not exceed 300, nor may balloons be attached in clusters. Furthermore, no metal objects may be attached to the balloon.
When more than 300 balloons are released, an interval of 15 minutes shall be respected.
The request shall be made 15 days in advance to:SKYGUIDESpecial flight office SwitzerlandFlugsicherungsstrasse 1 - 5, P.O. Box 23, CH-8602 Wangen bei DübendorfTel: +41 43 931 62 36Fax: +41 58 460 38 83E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.skyguide.ch
The drones and small models are subject to flying restrictions in the vicinity of aerodromes. Thus, it is prohibited to use these devices at a distance of less than 5 km from the runways. You will find information about the rules applying to the use of drones on the dedicated page of FOCA website.
For any questions or further information, please contact Skyguide.
You can write us by using our contact form.
The safety zones plan is the land-use planning instrument that limits the height of tall buildings and facilities around Geneva Airport.
You can write us by using our contact form.
You will find the form for reporting obstacles to air navigation on the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) website.
Technically, the A380 can already land on our runway today! It is sufficiently long, wide and strong to accommodate the landing. We would obviously have to take some precautionary measures for movement on the apron, and also for parking.