For the 2023/24 winter season, Geneva Airport finds his complete flight offerand even slightly improvedcompared to the same pre-pandemic period of 2019.
The Swiss airport offers nearly 120 destinations served by direct flights by more than 50 regular airlines. The arrival ofAir Mauritius with two weekly rotations to Mauritius is the main novelty of this season.
Indeed, Air Mauritius resumed on Monday October 2, 2023, its direct operations to and from Geneva Airport with two weekly flights using Airbus A330-900neo in Business and Economy configuration with a capacity of 288 seats.
The resumption of long-haul flights (Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Doha, Dubai, Montreal, New York, Beijing, Washington) is a significant element of Genève Aéroport’s strategy. These direct connections to major economic and political centers strengthen Geneva’s position as the headquarters of numerous international organizations and companies (UN, Red Cross, IATA, etc.). This essential connectivity facilitates diplomatic, commercial and cultural exchanges between Geneva and the rest of the world.
Beyond serving the main European capitals, major connecting airports, key tourist destinations and certain niche markets, Genève Aéroport is proud to offer some captivating new features for travelers looking for discoveries.