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.
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.
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 car 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.
A unique bridge between tourism industry and travellers. The only event held in Geneva entirely dedicated to travels.
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.
In certain emergency situations, in order to guarantee the safety of the aircraft, the passengers and the crew, aircraft are (very rarely) obliged to dump the fuel they are carrying. They do this subject to very strict conditions aimed at ensuring air safety and preventing land and water pollution.
> For more information: Office fédéral de l'aviation civile OFAC (not available in English)
Genève Aéroport works constantly to improve its environmental footprint and has taken many measures to reduce noise pollution, minimize the emission into the air of greenhouse gases and pollutants, limit the consumption of natural resources and preserve biodiversity.
For further information, go to www.gva.ch/environnement or consult one of Genève Aéroport's various publications on the environment.
Genève Aéroport offers all passengers arriving at the airport a unireso "Tout Genève" ticket that is valid for 80 minutes on the canton's public transportation network, including for the train that will whisk them to the centre of town in 6 minutes.
The ticket can be obtained at one of the two distributers situated in the baggage-claim area (Arrivals level). Passengers are warned that once they have gone past customs and left the baggage-claim area they cannot retrace their footsteps to get a ticket.
> For further information, go to the Genève Aéroport Public transport webpage.
The train to and from the airport and downtown takes only 6 minutes and runs every 12 minutes during rush hour. All trains stop at the main Geneva train station, Genève-Cornavin (downtown). The free ticket offered to passengers can be used for this service. The TPG buses to and from the airport (stops at the Check-in level, in front of and beside the CFF train station) run every 8-15 minutes during rush hour.
This is the task of the unit to prevent animal risks (PPA). PPA agents know exactly what the risks are and watch the birds' movements on the tarmac. If necessary, they take action to scare them off, using the most appropriate means for the species and the place (taped bird calls, flares, laser, etc.).
Genève Aéroport is taking various measures to reduce the level of noise at the source and where people are exposed. As part of its soundproofing programme, it spontaneously contacts the owners concerned as the work progresses, so as to explain what it can do. The local authorities are also informed.
> More information: Noise abatement
The eligibility of a building for the soundproofing programme depends on several parameters: determining area, date of construction, presence of noise-sensitive premises, etc.
If you want to know precisely the status of your building(s), we will be pleased to provide you with information: contact form.
You cannot apply directly to Genève Aéroport for soundproofing, the owner of your home is entitled to do so.
Feel free to encourage him/her to contact us: contact form.
More information: see the page dedicated to the residential soundproofing programme.
Genève Aéroport is fully responsible for the asbestos diagnosis before the works.
In case of presence of asbestos in the elements concerned by the soundproofing works, the costs relating to the treatment of asbestos are the owner’s responsibility.
Genève Aéroport will propose new targeted works to achieve the required soundproofing performance and will bear the costs of these works..
Unfortunately, in this case, the works cannot be borne by Genève Aéroport as part of the soundproofing programme insofar as the soundproofing requirements are not met.