The summer timetable of flights from Geneva International Airport (GVA) comes into effect on 28 March 2010. New destinations have been added. At the same time, extra flights are being added on some existing routes.
All in all, Geneva International Airport serves 106 airports by direct flight: 79 in Europe and 27 on other continents, thanks to 49 scheduled airlines.
The GVA tarmac will be host this season to two new airlines. Ukraine Int'l will fly three times a week to Kiev, thus opening a new route from Geneva. Twin Jet, for its part, will by flying to Milan Malpensa ten times a week.
Several airlines are adding new destinations to their portfolio.
This applies to Baboo, which will fly 11 times a week to London City and 6 times a week to Marseilles.
easyJet will be flying to Copenhagen and Tel Aviv (four times a week), Toulouse (three times a week) and Brindisi, Faro, Heraklion, Priština, and Sharm el Sheikh (twice a week).
Note that the new route to Priština will start on 23 June and to Tel Aviv on 30 August 2010. The Brindisi, Faro, and Heraklion destinations are seasonal.
SWISS will be making 42 flights per week to London Heathrow.
Other airlines that are already operating flights from Geneva are increasing the number of their flights.
This is the case for SWISS, whose service to Budapest goes up from four to seven round trips a week. Turkish Airlines will fly to Istanbul 14 times a week (4 additional flights).
Geneva International Airport’s "Air network" brochure is now available online on our website at: www.gva.ch/network