Genève Aéroport maintains a continuous and ongoing dialogue with its employees, its main partners, the authorities, and representatives of civil and economic society through various commissions, works councils, working groups, information and discussion sessions. Surveys and polls are carried out periodically to measure the level of satisfaction of airport employees and users. All these discussions provide a better understanding of the expectations and concerns at Genève Aéroport. They promote the search for balanced solutions. For many years, the richness of the dialogue has been based on the diversity of the parties involved as well as on the numerous publications from Genève Aéroport.
Established in June 1993 under the cantonal law on Geneva International Airport, the Advisory Committee for action to control air traffic disturbance (CCLNTA) allows for the exchange of information between Genève Aéroport, neighbouring municipalities, local residents and environmental protection groups as well as airlines. The committee examines the objectives and measures implemented by Genève Aéroport within its environmental management system (EMS). It also gives advance notice of the use of the environment fund that finances these measures. The minutes of CCLNTA sessions are open to the public.
Members of the committee are appointed by the Council of State for a period of five years. Their mandate is renewable. The committee may call on experts to study specific issues. Three sub-committees have been set up to deal in depth with: EMS monitoring, aircraft approach paths and CO2 emissions.