The winter timetable of flights from Genève Aéroport brings with it some joyful news for passengers. Some ten new destinations appear, and fifteen or so are served by new airlines. Finally, there are more flights to more than 25 major European cities. All in all, 52 airlines will be flying to 109 destinations this winter.
The winter 2013-2014 timetable has expanded with the addition of some 10 new destinations. SWISS, for example, will be flying to Belgrade, Göteborg and Saint-Petersburg, while low-cost airline easyJet will be flying to Lille and Belgrade. Darwin, the third Geneva-based airline, will be flying to Cambridge and Stuttgart. And finally, Flybe will connect Geneva to Inverness, Tarom will be going to Bucharest, and Belavia to Minsk.
Some of these airlines started to operate these flights during the summer, like Air China, which opened a direct route to Beijing recently.
Flights to Athens, Berlin Tegel, Biarritz, Bucharest, Hamburg, Helsinki, London Gatwick, Malaga, Marrakesh, Oslo, Porto, Priština and Stockholm, already connected from Geneva, are now operated by at least one other airline that is new to the destination.
Finally, the frequency of flights to more than 25 major European cities in France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, or the Netherlands is rising by 1 to 9 flights a week.
This winter, Genève Aéroport’s passengers now have a wider range on offer that lets them choose between more airlines.
easyJet, SWISS and Darwin confirm their wish to base their development on the dynamism of the Geneva region. The appeal of Genève Aéroport means it can attract new airlines. The growing travel needs expressed by passengers from Genève Aéroport’s catchment area are being met by a targeted range of offers from a variety of operators with suitable products.
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