Summer timetable 2001


With the Summer 2000 timetable coming into effect on Sunday 25 March 2001, there are 76 destinations - 51 in Europe and 25 on the other continents - served by direct scheduled flights from Geneva International Airport. Thirty-seven regular airlines will be operating at the Airport during the Summer period, i.e. up to 27 October. Twenty-seven destinations are served by the Qualiflyer Group: 18 by Crossair and 4 by Swissair. Fifty-five destinations are served by other airlines.

Comparing the Summer 2000 timetable, some new destinations have been added, including Warsaw in particular, with daily flights by Crossair. Flights to Florence, Luxor and Paris Orly, also new, were added earlier to the Winter 2000-2001 timetable.

Looking at greater frequency of flights, Air France is introducing a system of flights at regular intervals to Paris Charles de Gaulle, with ten flights a day, i.e. one additional flight.

It may also be noted that Crossair, which is taking over Swissair's flights to Barcelona, will be offering two flights a day from now on; Iberia is offering three flights, again introduced for the Winter timetable. Luxair is now offering an additional daily flight to Luxembourg, making three flights a day. Lufthansa is doing the same for Munich and now has five daily flights to the Bavarian capital.

More frequent services, as compared with the Summer 2000 timetable, for easyJet to London Gatwick (2 flights), for Crossair to Rome (taking over from Swissair with two flights), for SAS to Stockholm (2 flights as last Winter), for swisswings/Air Engiadina to Stuttgart (six flights a week), and also for Aeroflot to Moscow, with one flight a day.

On the charter side, there are now thirty-two destinations available, 13 served by Crossair and 24 by other airlines.