Governance and Management
- To contribute to meeting Switzerland's demand for air travel as a national airport and to meet the region's needs in a sustainable manner.
- To provide optimal conditions of safety, efficiency and comfort for its users in a sustainable manner.
- To manage and operate the airport facility by providing efficient infrastructure and services.
Genève Aéroport is an autonomous public institution defined by the Law on the International Airport of Geneva (LAIG) and its implementing regulations (RAIG). Similarly, its operation is governed by Operating Rules.
The airport upholds the importance of a regional dimension adapted to environment challenges, land use planning, land mobility and economic dynamics through an Objectives Agreement that binds it to the Canton of Geneva.
Its activities are also subject to the control of the Confederation and more particularly of the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) which has adopted the sheet of the Sectoral Aviation Infrastructure Plan concerning the airport (SAIP sheet). Published at the end of 2018, this document is essential for the planning of Genève Aéroport’s development over the upcoming fifteen years.
Board of Directors
For the 2018 - 2023 term (01.12.2018 to 30.11.2023), the Board of Directors had 20 members until 30 June 2022 and 22 members from 1 July 2022.
President of the board
Members appointed by the Grand council
- M. Michel Fabre (PS)
- M. Lulzim Jahiu (MCG)
- M. Cyril Nobs (UDC)
- M. Bertrand Robert Reich (PLR)
- M. Patrick Schmied (PDC)
- M. Quentin Stauffer (EAG)
- M. Tristan Balmer Mascotto (V)
Members appointed by the council of State
- M. Pierre Bernheim
- M. Jean-Luc Favre
- M. Christian Lüscher
- M. Stanislas Zuin
- Ms Corinne Momal-Vanian
Members appointed from among their number by the administrative councils of the two Geneva municipalities on whose territory the noise zones of the airport platform extend, appointed by the State Council
- M. Willy Cretegny
- M. Bernard Taschini
Member appointed by the administrative council of Grand-Saconnex
Member appointed by the administrative council of Meyrin
Members appointed by the council of state, on the proposal of the conference of ministers of economy western Switzerland
- Ms Karin Perraudin
- M. David Pignolet
Member appointed by the council of state, on the proposal of the presidents of the general councils of the neighbouring french departments.
Representative appointed by the council of State
- Ms Emanuela Dose Sarfatis
Members elected by the institution's employees
- M. Olivier Hohl
- M. Thierry Mellina-Bares
- M. Nicolas Vuille
- CdD : Conseil de direction
- CDA : Commission Développement et Aéroportuaire
- CI : Commission Infrastructures
- CARH : Commission Administration et Ressources humaines
- CAF : Commission Audit et Finances
- 1 member of each party represented in the Grand Council
- 5 members appointed by the Council of State
- 1 member of the Administrative Council of the commune of Grand-Saconnex
- 1 member of the Administrative Council of the commune of Meyrin
- 2 members appointed by the Council of State, on a proposal from the Conference of the Heads of Departments of Public Economy of Western Switzerland
- 1 member designated by the Council of State, on a proposal from the chairmen of the General Councils of the neighbouring French departments
- 3 members elected by the staff of the institution.
- 2 members appointed from among their number by the administrative councils of the two Geneva municipalities in whose territory the noise zones of the airport platform extend, appointed by the State Council
The composition of the Board of Directors, with representatives of the political world and civil society with varied skills, ensures a democratic and balanced management of Genève Aéroport.
The management of Genève Aéroport is organised around two business units:
- The Operations unit encompasses the aeronautical dimension of the airport, the safety, the security and the passengers.
- The Commercial & Development unit covers both the aeronautical segment (royalties) and non-aeronautics segment, including businesses, bars and restaurants, advertising and public land management.
Four departments support these two units within the Management: Human Resources, Finance, Technology and Infrastructure. In addition, the expanded management team is reinforced by the Communication and Environment & Sustainable Development departments.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Commercial Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Chief Human Resources Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Technical Officer
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE DIRECTORATE
Head of Communication and spokesperson
Head of Environment and Sustainable Development
Secretary General and Legal Affairs