Latest news

Genève Aéroport prepares to resume flights in June

The resumption of airport activities is finally upon us! Both easyJet, SWISS and other companies have already confirmed this. For its part, Genève Aéroport makes every effort to guarantee the health and safety of passengers, employees and visitors.

Genève Aéroport prepares to resume flights in June

Freight is still operating at Genève Aéroport

Freight has continued to operate at the airport since the start of the epidemic. Some airlines have made unprecedented transformations to their passenger aircraft in order to transport tonnes of goods and medical equipment in both the hold and the cabin.

Freight is still operating at Genève Aéroport

Genève Aéroport launches a special 100-year anniversary stamp

A postage stamp has been created to mark the 100-year anniversary of Genève Aéroport. It will be on sale in post offices from 7 May.

Genève Aéroport launches a special 100-year anniversary stamp

Genève Aéroport successfully issues a bond

For the third time since 2017, Genève Aéroport has issued a bond worth 300 million CHF with a coupon of 1.050% over three years

Genève Aéroport successfully issues a bond

Goods and medical equipment travel through Genève Aéroport

Genève Aéroport is still operative. In addition to repatriation flights, the airport hosts cargo planes supplying the region with goods. Medical flights carrying the medical equipment essential in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic are also landing several times a week.

Goods and medical equipment travel through Genève Aéroport

Pack VIP

Combine Priority Lane and Swissport Horizon Lounge.

Pack VIP

Travel ideas

Explore, discover and escape thanks to the travel portal L'Évasion by Genève Aéroport.

Travel ideas

COVID-19

The answers to your FAQs regarding Coronavirus and Genève Aéroport.

COVID-19

Anniversary book

The «100 ans Genève Aéroport» book, published by Slatkine.

Anniversary book

Responsible tourism

What about me? Practical tips for responsible travel :)

Responsible tourism