More than 90 destinations on the 2007-2008 Winter timetable


With the 2007-2008 Winter timetable, which starts on Sunday 28 October, there are 93 destinations served by direct scheduled flights from Geneva International Airport - 70 in Europe and 23 on the other continents.

Of note among the new destinations, compared with the previous Winter timetable, are: Doha, served five times a week by Qatar Airways; Jersey, served by a new airline, Blue Islands (three flights a week); Naples, by FlyBaboo four times a week; and Palma de Mallorca, with three easyJet flights a week.

The new timetable also sees many increases in the number of regular flights, among which may be noted such destinations as Abu Dhabi by Etihad, four times a week; Algiers with Air Algeria (three times a week); Biarritz with Air France (twice); Bordeaux and Brussels with easyJet; Cairo with two additional Egyptair flights (five a week); Helsinki (two daily flights by Finnair); Hurgada (one weekly flight by Edelweiss); Las Palmas, London City (two additional Air France flights a day); Marrakech (three flights a week with easyJet); Moscow, where the Swiss flight is now daily; Porto (daily flight by easyJet); Rome Fiumicino (two daily flights by FlyBaboo); and Sharm el-Sheikh and Tenerife (each  with a weekly flight by Edelweiss).

A total of forty-nine (33 European and 16 non-European) scheduled airlines will be flying to and from Geneva International Airport during the period covered by the Winter timetable.