One of the main innovations by comparison with the summer of 2006 is the arrival of Qatar Airways, with four flights a week coming into Geneva from Doha and then proceeding on to New York/Newark. This new service will start operations on 28 June.
In Europe, the Geneva-based company Flybaboo will be offering daily flights to Naples, six flights a week to Marseilles and three flights a week to Biarritz. The Geneva network of Swiss is being extended to Valencia, with three flights a week. Air Malta will be flying to Catania three times a week. Darwin Airlines will be going twice a week to Dubrovnik (Croatia). Easyjet is adding four new destinations to its network, with daily flights to Bordeaux, Brussels, Cagliari and Porto. Air France, through its subsidiary City Jet, will be offering three flights a day to London-City. Finally, Helvetic will be running a service to Split once a week.
London remains the city with the best connections to Geneva, with its five airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, London-City, Luton and Stanstead) offering 178 flights a week to and from AIG. It is followed by Paris with its two airports offering 93 flights, Zurich (63), Amsterdam (59), Munich (53), Frankfurt (48) and finally Barcelona and Madrid (42).