For the 2023/24 winter season, Geneva Airport announces that it has regained its complete air network which is even slightly improved, offering nearly 120 destinations via direct flights operated by more than 50 airlines.
The arrival of‘Air Mauritius with two weekly rotations to Mauritius is the main novelty of this season. The resumption of long-haul flights (Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Doha, Dubai, Montreal, New York, Beijing, Washington) constitutes an important element in the strategy of Geneva Airport. These direct links with major economic and political centers strengthen Geneva’s position as the headquarters of many international organizations and companies. “This essential connectivity facilitates diplomatic, commercial, sporting and cultural exchanges between Geneva and the rest of the world”explains the Swiss airport.
Other new features for the 2023/2024 winter season, easyJet offers two flights per week to Rabattwo flights per week to Faro south of Portugal and two frequencies towards Lanzarote in the Canaries. Other destinations are now connected to Geneva from winter, either on an annual or seasonal basis, such as Baku the capital of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan Airlines) or Tallinn in Estonia (Air Baltic). Southend is the new airport in South London, now accessible by direct flight (easyJet).