For the upcoming spring holidays, the airline is offering new seasonal routes from Geneva: as of 29-March, Izmir in Turkey and Hammamet in Tunisia will be served until October.
easyJet also welcomes the decision of the Swiss authorities to stop the mandatory test for people who have been vaccinated or have recovered when entering Switzerland (effective as of 22-January 2022) and the ending of the second test between the 4th and 7th day in the country. This is very good news for Swiss tourism, especially for the ski season.
The easing of travel conditions is good news for local tourism, but also for Swiss people who want to travel abroad. easyJet has maintained connectivity at Genève Aéroport during the COVID-19 crisis by continuing to offer the widest choice of destinations.
For those wishing to go on holiday this spring, easyJet is offering two new Mediterranean destinations: Izmir, Turkey's third largest city, a perfect destination for travellers wishing to combine visits to ancient sites, excursions and seaside holidays, and the coastal town of Hammamet in Tunisia, which will delight families and sports enthusiasts.
easyJet has extended its flexibility policy until 31 March 2022. All passengers can change their flights at no extra cost, up to 2 hours before departure, and for all destinations on sale. The airline has launched the Covid-19 information portal, a new intuitive service that lists the various rules and requirements in the countries it serves.
easyJet operates new generation Airbus neo aircrafts, which reduce carbon emissions by 15% and noise by 50%. Today, four Airbus A320neos are based in Switzerland and a fifth aircraft will join the fleet next summer.
New Routes from 29 March to 29 October 2022:
- Geneva - Hammamet (Enfida): 3 flights per week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)
- Geneva - Izmir: 3 flights per week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)