Find the cheapest flight to Geneva

Geneva Cointrin International Airport (airport code GVA) is about five kilometers from Geneva’s city center, and with its placement close to highways, bus lines and train lines it is an extremely convenient airport to fly in and out of. The airport is also accessible from two countries – Switzerland and France – and passengers to or from France do not need to go through Swiss customs if they do not leave the French part of the airport. Geneva Cointrin International Airport is a main hub for easyJet and a secondary hub for Swiss International Air Lines.

You can find a complete list of airlines serving Geneva here; today’s arrivals can be tracked here and today’s departures here. A terminal map is here (so you can find that French sector, among other things). There are automatic luggage lockers and a left luggage facility on the railway station level of the airport. Your dining options at the airport are here, and your shopping options are here. The other passenger services are listed on this page. The public transportation options from the airport are found here, and are broken down depending on where you are going. Taxi information can be found here along with the basic rates per kilometer. If you would prefer to rent a car you can do that from one of the agencies listed here. Be sure to read the instructions depending on whether you rent a car in the Swiss sector or the French sector.

Be sure to check these deals on international airfare to Geneva, and then read through our Geneva Travel Guide to figure out what to do and where to stay once you arrive.

More Information on Geneva

Geneva sits in a part of Switzerland that is practically in France, so you might not even realize you are not in France until much later. This charming and beautiful city is considered something of a headquarters for international diplomacy, and while it might not be party central, it is a lovely place to relax and enjoy some of Switzerland’s great outdoor activities. In the city, you might also want to take a moment to learn about the place Geneva plays in the Protestant Reformation – there is even an entire museum dedicated to it, so it should not be too difficult.