Geneva Airport

Transfers from Geneva airport to Morzine and surrounding alpine resorts are quick and easy.

Geneva International Airport (GVA) is located on the Swiss-French border on the outskirts of the city of Genève.  There are many airlines operating to and from Genève airport with Easyjet being bar far the biggest, particularly on the weekends during the winter which is when there is an abundance of flights from all over the UK bringing skiers and snowboarders to winter sports resorts in France and Switzerland

Transportation to Geneva Airport is easy by bus, train, and car with transfer services to many destinations in Switzerland and France. Airport shuttle bus services are best booked well in advance and compare rates to get the best prices. Taxis from the airport is significantly more expensive than to the airport.

Geneva International Airport (GVA) is the second largest airport in Switzerland and used by over 11 million passengers each year. The airport is located in Cointrin on the outskirts of Genève city, right on the Swiss-French border. Window seats are a good choice as the final approach to Geneva Airport is often over Lake Geneva with the Alps to the left and Jura Mountains to the right of the plane.

Geneva Airport not only serves the city Genève but is also a major arrival point for travelers heading to Swiss and French Alpine resorts. The number of flights increases dramatically during the winter sport season with Saturdays particularly busy. Direct flights go to 100 destinations worldwide from Geneva Airport.

GenevaAirport is not the most exciting airport in the world but it is clean and efficient with all the standard airport facilities including free Wifi. Food and drink are expensive even by Swiss standards – if on a tight budget use the Migros supermarket at the train station for supplies.

Travelers are locked out of the terminal building between midnight and 4:00 am.

Destinations Private Shared
Les Gets £200 £35
Morzine £200 £35