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.
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 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.
Generally, you can check into the hold:
To obtain the rates for excess baggage, please contact your airline directly.In general, the dimensions of cabin baggage should not exceed 56cm x 45cm x 25cm, according to current IATA standards.
Only one item of hand luggage is accepted (max. 10 kg) per passenger. These conditions may vary depending on the airline.
> Contact: www.gva.ch/airlines
You may take liquids with you in hand baggage in containers with a capacity of up to 100 ml per product, in vials/bottles that also must not exceed 100 ml.
Also, all vials/bottles must be contained in a one litre transparent resealable bag (e.g. a freezer bag).
The bag must be taken out of your hand baggage before going through security screening.
Yes, you may take your insulin injection kit into the cabin. If possible, bring your medical prescription (in French) with you.
Please note that all liquids must be taken out of your hand baggage before going through security screening.
Yes, medication needed for the whole of the journey may be taken into the cabin. You may be asked for a prescription (in French).
Please note that all liquids must me taken out of hand baggage before going through the security check.
We invite you to visit the WHO www.who.int/ith/en and SAFETRAVEL www.safetravel.ch (FR+DE) websites or ask your doctor for information.
For a baby, you are allowed to take along baby food - including liquid food - needed for the duration of the journey.
Please note that all liquids must be removed from hand baggage before going through security screening.
Yes, dietary products prescribed by a practitioner and needed for the duration of the journey may be taken into the cabin. You may be asked for a prescription (in French).
You are allowed to have an e-cigarette with you in hand baggage. Spare cartridges are allowed if their contents do not exceed 100 ml and they are put into a transparent resealable plastic bag. The content of the bag may not exceed 1 litre.
Smoking electronic cigarettes is not permitted in the plane, or on the airport premises except in the designated areas.
Yes, selfie sticks are allowed in hand baggage.
Check-in formalities can be completed up to 24 hours before departure on some airlines.
Please see our list of airlines, where the various check-in procedures that can be used are shown for each airline: www.gva.ch/airlines
Flights to FranceYes, all direct flights to France must be checked in in the French sector.
International flights (other than to France)You cannot check in in the French sector except for flights by a few airlines: Austrian, Alitalia, Etihad, Etihad Regional, HOP!, KLM, Lufthansa, TAP, Tunisair, Twin Jet, and SWISS (by calling). A telephone is available on the check-in counter.In general, it is strongly recommended that for international flights (other than to France), you should check in in the international sector.
Yes, Genève Aéroport provides a wrapping service for the luggage "Safe Bag" on the Check-in level.
You can not use a bag to carry your bike. Cardboard bike boxes are sold at Swissport check-in counter 90 for CHF 20.- each.
For any questions relating to the carriage of bicycles by air (conditions, packaging, etc...), please contact the airline concerned directly: www.gva.ch/airlines
Please contact one of the many freight forwarders at the airport, who will be able to provide you with more details of prices and conditions for shipping your parcel by air.
> Forwarders Geneva
The list of airlines subject to a ban on landing in Switzerland, and other information, is available
on the internet site of the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA).
The list of airlines subject to an operating ban within the European Union is available on the
European Commission's internet site.
There is a course to address fear of flying given in Geneva, Switzerland.
It is distributed by Mrs Fabienne Regard, in collaboration with Genève Aéroport, Swiss International Air Lines and Skyguide.
Next dates of courses, person of contact and other information at www.volersanspeur.info.
Health and travel: