As the Winter 2001-2002 timetable comes into effect on Sunday 28 October 2001, there will be 66 destinations - 48 in Europe and 18 on other continents - served by direct scheduled flights from Geneva International Airport. Thirty airlines are operating this Winter at the Airport. Twenty seven destinations are served by the Qualiflyer Group: 21 by Crossair, four by Swissair (New York, London, Moscow and Zurich), and four by other members of the group (Sabena, Turkish Airlines, TAP Air Portugal). Fifty destinations are served by the other airlines.
As compared with the Winter 2000-2001 timetable, there is one new destination, Warsaw, served by Crossair. There are also some interesting additional flights. Crossair, for example, is now flying four times a day from Geneva to London City, and three times a day to Rome Fiumicino. EasyJet now has three flights a day to London Gatwick, Austrian Airlines is adding a fourth daily flight to Vienna, and Lufthansa is boosting its services to Düsseldorf with a third flight every day. Crossair is resuming services to Paris (Roissy-Charles de Gaulle) and Nice with three flights a day to each of those cities. Swisswings is now flying to Venice and Florence every day. Luxair is making three flights a day to Luxembourg this Winter. The “low-cost” airline Buzz now has two flights a week to London Stansted Airport.
We would draw your attention to the reduction in the number of flights between Geneva and Zurich by Swissair and Crossair, which has now dropped to ten a day.
On the subject of charter flights, ten destinations are served from Geneva International Airport, including four by Crossair.