The summer 2014 schedule introduces some new items


The changeover to summer time, on Sunday 30 March 2014, coincides with the start of the new timetables and new destinations for the summer season. All in all, some 48 airlines will be flying to 110 destinations, including 24 inter-continental routes.

Once the summer 2014 timetable comes into effect, Genève Aéroport will be connected to several new destinations operated by various airlines. That is the case for Belgrade (served by easyJet, Etihad Regional by Darwin Airlines, SWISS), Corfu (SWISS), La Rochelle (easyJet), London Southend (easyJet), Minsk (Belavia), Reykjavik (Icelandair), and Stuttgart (Etihad Regional by Darwin Airlines).

The new timetable will see the emergence of some new operators on routes already flown by other airlines or to some of these new destinations. Meridiana, for example, will be flying to Olbia, Tarom to Bucarest , and Icelandair to Reykjavik.
Among the airlines based in Geneva, note that easyJet is adding to its catalogue of destinations Belgrade, La Rochelle, London Southend , and Tenerife.

Etihad Regional by Darwin Airlines is taking up position on the routes to Belgrade, Bordeaux, Calvi, Marseille, Nantes, Stuttgart, Toulouse, Verona and Zurich.
SWISS, for its part, will be flying, in addition to its traditional destinations, to the airports of Belgrade, Corfu, Copenhaguen, Heraklion, Lisbon, Marrakesh, Priština, and Rome Fiumicino.

More frequent flights, from 1 to 14 additional ones per week, will optimise services to Ajaccio, Algiers, Alicante, Athens, Bastia, Bordeaux, Brindisi, Brussels, Catania, Copenhaguen, Jeddah, Dublin, Edinburgh, Heraklion, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Malaga, Malta, Marrakesh, Munich, Mykonos, Nantes, Naples, Olbia, Palma De Mallorca, Paris CDG, Paris Orly, Porto, Priština, Split and Santiago de Compostella.

Genève Aéroport maintains its clear mission to link Geneva to some 86 major European cities, but also provides 24 intercontinental connections including New York, Washington, Montreal-Toronto, Beijing and the hubs of the Persian Gulf.