Geneva Airport: the only gateway to western Switzerland
According to a decision from the Federal Office of Public Health, Geneva Airport is one of the only 3 Swiss airports, along with Basel and Zurich, with official authorization to receive passengers from abroad.
How can Geneva Airpark help you meet your challenges?
We are currently leaving nothing to chance to actively continue services at Geneva Airport and help in your post-pandemic recovery. We would like to thank our teams and technical partners for carrying out their missions every day while respecting all essential health procedures to protect themselves, your customers and aircraft.
High-end monitoring for your aircraft
Whatever the reason and duration of downtime, Geneva Airpark guarantees effective protection for your plane and its equipment to keep them in perfect condition:
Fully operational teams from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Planning constraints imposed by the coronavirus will remain unchanged until further notice. However, our on-duty team is still organizing its interventions on our private tarmac and in the Geneva Airpark hangar with the utmost precision. To remind you, we request:
We will notify you as soon as it is possible to relax these measures.
Our on-duty team is available from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. Phone +41 (0)22 939 16 00 - email email@example.com
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