Winter 2015-2016 route network: What’s new?


Geneva will be linked to 114 destinations by 53 airlines during the 2015–2016 winter season. The new timetable has five new destinations. Some companies will start operating flights to destinations already served from Geneva, whereas others plan to increase the frequency of their rotations.

What did you do this summer? Did you fly to Bologna, Sarajevo, Skopje or Sofia? These destinations were added to the Geneva network in the summer and will survive the switch to winter time, on 25 October 2015. They will enhance the catalogue of destinations connecting Geneva to the world. Cardiff, in Wales, will also appear on the list of airports served this winter.

Algiers, Barcelona, Dublin, Florence, Lugano, Valencia and Warsaw are already served by various carriers operating out of Genève Aéroport and will now be linked to Geneva by competing operators (i.e. SWISS, Vueling and Wizz Air), expanding the range of options for travellers in the Genève Aéroport catchment area. Monarch Airlines passengers will now also have service to London Gatwick and Manchester.

Roughly 40 destinations (i.e. over one third of connections from Geneva), operated by a dozen different carriers, will see an increase in flight frequency.

The robust strength of the winter network will smooth out the fluctuations arising from seasonal variations, as service to certain destinations is only available from Geneva during the summer.

A total of 53 airlines will connect Geneva to 114 destinations during the coming winter season, which runs until 27 March 2016.

All destinations from Geneva: