Geneva Airpark launches "Daily Optimal", a summer program for 2020. Exclusive and tailor-made offers on daily, short and mid-length stays all summer long, maximum health prevention procedures, aircraft interiors disinfected: Geneva Airpark is fully committed to resuming business aviation at Geneva Airport with its new "Daily Optimal" offer.
"Daily Optimal", a specific program for the 2020 summer season, with health measures and exclusive tailor-made parking solutions. Geneva Airpark's General Manager, Sophie Mabire explains:
"Having worked in business aviation at Geneva Airport for over 10 years, it was essential to offer our clients solutions adapted to resuming post-pandemic activities.
In addition to our reorganization for service continuity during lockdown, we worked with the whole team to implement rigorous health procedures in anticipation of borders being reopened. Our clients must have total confidence as soon as we take charge of their plane, from arrival to departure.
We also needed to offer parking solutions to mitigate the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis, and reinitiate a genuine dynamic of gradual recovery.
With this in mind, we created "Daily Optimal", a specific program for the 2020 summer season that includes health measures and exclusive tailor-made parking solutions, with no concessions on the excellence of our usual services. We hope our clients will appreciate it and choose Geneva as their next destination."
"Daily Optimal": tailor-made offers for short and mid-term stopovers
Geneva Airpark's new "Daily Optimal" program is promoting short and mid-term stays during summer with special rates adapted to the length of stopovers at Geneva Airport. Borders reopened, business trips, lake/mountain tourism and a Clean & Safe label for the hotel industry: everything to encourage you to take advantage of the summer season in Switzerland, with confidence.
"Daily Optimal": exceptional health measures for each aircraft
Geneva Airpark's "Daily Optimal" program also includes stringent measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
- Aircraft interiors disinfected on arrival and before take-off with cleaning products specially adapted to all surfaces and objects, even the most fragile.
- All members of staff specially trained to carry out protection procedures: distancing, mandatory wearing of masks and gloves and equipment cleaned after each intervention.
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