COVID-19 screening centre
Genève Aéroport has a screening centre nearby (1 km). It is open 7 days a week and can be visited by taking appointment. The choice of test type, as well as the period of validity of the test, depends on the regulations of your destination or transit country. Please enquire about this beforehand.
Sanitary measures at the airport
Numerous measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of passengers, staff and visitors of Genève Aéroport.
- Passengers have access to disinfectant dispensers at key points.
- The counters are equipped with Plexiglas, particularly in the following areas: check-in, Visitors Centre, security controls, GVAssistance reception.
- Ground markings with stickers and billboards in the queues remind us of the social distances.
Discover the other measures taken by Genève Aéroport in the detailed protection plan (PDF).
Wearing a mask
Since 28 July 2020, wearing a mask is mandatory at Genève Aéroport. All places accessible to the public are concerned (terminal, lifts, shops, restaurants, etc.).
Wearing a mask is also compulsory on board aircrafts.
Online duty free
The Inflyter application allows travellers to make their duty free purchases online and to collect their orders from the shop or directly at the gate within 30 minutes before boarding.
The Priority Lane gives you priority access to the security checkpoint without going through the traditional queue.
In cafés, restaurants and shops, use the contactless function of your bank card to pay for your purchases.
All persons aged 16 years and over must present a COVID certificate to visit restaurants and cafés in the public area from 13 September 2021, including within the Food Court area. The COVID certificate requirement does not apply to terraces (Food Court Terrace and Panorama Terrace) or to take-away restaurants.
The majority of shops and restaurants at Genève Aéroport are open. However, opening hours are subject to change and are indicated directly at the points of sale.