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Geneva Airpark adapted operations and procedures to COVID-19 crisis

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

Geneva Airpark has implemented full procedures and organization to manage the arrivals and departures of business jets and host and protect them in its hangar throughout the Covid-19 crisis at Geneva airport.

Health: application of social distancing measures

Geneva Airpark has adapted all its procedures to comply with social distancing measures so as to protect the health of its customers, their crews and passengers, along with its own personnel. 

New arrival/departure, hosting and maintenance procedures

The Geneva Airpark team is actively engaged to remain in the service of business aviation during the Covid-19 pandemic. A team is on duty from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm to ensure service continuity for aircraft arrivals and departures, access to the hangar for crews and maintenance services.

Certain constraints have been imposed to host business jets in the best possible conditions for all: 

  • 3-hour advance notice announcements of flight arrival/departure movements
  • 24-hour advance notice for anyone wanting access to an aircraft kept in the hangar, for any reason other than a flight: maintenance, aircraft protection operations, etc.

The Geneva Airpark on-duty team can be reached at any time by phone +41 (0)22 939 16 00 and email [email protected]

The Geneva Airpark hangar accessible to all types of aircraft

With the flexibility of short or long term hangaring options to provide an efficient service to the business aviation community during this period of crisis, Geneva Airpark's 10,000 sq meters hangar can host all types of aircraft, from the smallest business jet to a 737 model, for short, medium and long term stays.



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