Geneva International Airport

Geneva International Airport

Geneva International Airport (GVA) has direct flights to approximately 100 destinations (including Africa, the Middle East, North America and Asia). GVA is firmly committed to sustainable development for many years. It has implemented a series of environmental measures as part of its quality, environmental and safety management system.

Extensions to the Terminal and improvements to facilities therein started in 2007, with work scheduled for completion in 2009.

Airport Facilities

Banks, bureaux de change, ATMs, a post office and mobile telephone hire are all available. Wireless Internet access is available in all public areas, and there is an Internet café in the railway station.

There is a range of bars, cafés and restaurants. Shopping includes duty-free, and goods available include watches, fashion, food and luxury items.

A porter service is available. There is a lost property office on the public concourse, French sector, or (022) 427 9222 in the Swiss sector) and at the railway station (tel: 0900 300 300). Left-luggage facilities and lockers are available at the railway station.

There are pharmacies, showers, a medical centre and a nursery. The public areas and car park are fully accessible for wheelchairs. Assistance is available for passengers with disabilities. Passengers should request any special assistance when booking their ticket.

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Geneva International Airport PO BOX 100
Geneva 15 CH - 1215

Contact Info
+4122 717 71 11

Geneve-Cointrin Weather info
Broken clouds, drizzle

Location of this weather station:
2.9 km Northeast

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