Geneva International Airport
PO Box 100, CH-1215 Geneva 15, Switzerland
Telefon: (022) 717 7111
The airport is located 4km (2.5 miles) northwest of Geneva city centre.
How to get there
The main Swiss sector of the airport is accessible from the N1 airport motorway. From France, take the A40 (motorway) to the border and then the N1. In order to avoid Swiss territory entirely, drive direct to the French sector via Ferney-Voltaire, near Collonges on the D-984; at Ferney-Voltaire, follow the signs for Geneva and, just before Swiss customs, take the road on the right to the airport French sector.
Information about parking possibilities at the Geneva International Airport
Access by public transport
Geneva railway station is 300m (328 yards) from the Departures and Arrivals floors; all trains stop at central Geneva-Cornavin, in the city centre (tel: 0900 022 021; www.unireso.com), and there are also direct trains to destinations throughout Switzerland and Europe (tel: 0900 300 300; www.sbb.ch).
Buses stop outside Departures and Arrivals. In Switzerland (tel: 0900 022 021; www.unireso.com), Unireso bus 10 runs to central Geneva, and bus 28 to the UN. Bus 23 connects the airport with Tours de Carouge and Fret. Bus services from the French sector connect to regional French towns and various international routes to destinations in Spain, Portugal and Eastern Europe. The Aerocar service (tel: +33 479 683 296; www.altibus.com) links the airport with Chambery and Grenoble, while the same company's AeroSki Bus provides services from the airport to many of the French ski stations.
Taxis are available at the airport, departing from outside Arrivals, again, there are separate French and Swiss services.
Information desks (tel: (022) 717 7105) are located on the Arrivals level and in the transit area. The French sector has independent services. There are various tourist information offices for both Swiss and French regions, located in the Arrivals areas of each sector.