In the world of ski holidays Geneva airport has played an important part for decades. However in the last 15 years it has seen a surge of options for holiday makers. With budget airlines and major carriers recognising the ski market alongside the business travel market we now see an incredible number of flights landing with skiers and snowboarders every day during winter. Most people can now find a Geneva option from their local airport.
Once you have landed you will be directed through passport control and into the baggage claim area. Find your flight on the board and recover your luggage from the appropriate carousel. If you are carrying ski or snowboard bags there is a separate conveyor belt at the far end of the baggage claim area. Once you are reunited with all your belongings then proceed into the arrivals hall. There are two doors into the hall but from both these doors you should be able to spot your driver wearing his sombrero! Simply say hello and you will be looked after.
If for some reason you are unable to see your driver then please call our operations centre on +33450373685.
Weekends during the winter are very busy on the roads of the French Alps. Saturday is the traditional ski changeover day and continues to be very busy indeed in Geneva. In recent years many accommodation providers have been using Sundays as the start of the week and although numbers are increasing it is a much easier day to travel. For these reasons we have a manned desk at the airport on Saturdays and Sundays. To find our desk simply turn left when you enter the arrivals hall and you will see a large green cafe called ‘Tekoe’ on the right. Our logoed desk is just after this on the right hand side. Say hello and we will look after you!
The Airport authorities imposed restrictions and procedures a few years ago to make us use the P33 car park next to the train station. This involves a short walk through the airport. Trolleys are available in baggage claim to make this easier. To use a trolley you will need a 2 CHF coin or a 2 EURO coin. If you have one at home, put it in your pocket.
On your departing transfer we will collect you from your accommodation in resort (pick up times sent by SMS the day before) and take you to Geneva Airport. The departure level has been redeveloped and there is now a ‘quick drop’ transport vehicle lane. This is where you will be dropped. Trolleys are available and it is very close to the entrances to the check in areas.