With the winter 2003-2004 timetable, due to go into effect on Sunday, 26 October 2003, Geneva International Airport will offer direct flights to several new destinations: Edinburgh with Duo Airways; Helsinki (as from 7 October) with Air Botnia, an SAS subsidiary; Leeds Bradford with JET2, a new carrier; Teesside with BmiBaby, in addition to new flights introduced over the summer such as Budapest with Malev and Southampton with Fly Be. Finally, Hapag Lloyd, a new no-frills German carrier, started flying to Cologne-Bonn on 22 September.
As for changes in companies or flight frequency, LOT will resume service to Warsaw and British Airways will reintroduce flights to London City; Baboo Airlines will fly to Lugano; easyJet will add a daily flight to Barcelona (twice daily); Royal Air Maroc will henceforth offer daily service to Casablanca; Lufthansa will add a daily flight to Munich (six per day); Swiss will offer six daily flights to Paris-Charles de Gaulle; and Duo Airways will fly to Birmingham twice daily.
In all, Geneva International Airport will offer direct scheduled flights to 68 destinations, 48 in Europe and 20 on other continents. Forty-five carriers will fly out of Geneva: Swiss will service ten cities, as against 65 for the other companies.
Last but not least: some ten carriers will feature charter flights to 17 destinations.