Geneva is the second biggest city in Switzerland, curved around the turquoise edge of Lake Léman. This part of the country is French-speaking, so you’ll discover grand churches and neoclassical museums, plus café-lined squares and stylish brasseries. It’s also a gateway to the mountains – just look up to catch a glimpse of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps.
Flights last less than 2 hours, making Geneva popular for business trips and weekend breaks from London.
Around 1 hour 40 minutes, if you fly direct. It’s usually not worth sticking in a stopover – it can add up to 8 hours to the flight time.
SWISS, easyJet and British Airways all offer direct routes.
There are over 20 direct London to Geneva flights a day.
Flights from London to Geneva take off from Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport, London City Airport and London Stansted Airport.
You’ll land in Geneva Airport, AKA Cointrin Airport.
easyJet often offers the cheapest London to Geneva flights, with SWISS close on its heels. They’re all direct and usually depart from Heathrow Airport or Gatwick Airport.
Geneva is a place of many faces. It’s got the grandeur of a big city, and yet hosts just half the population of Zurich. It’s distinctly French Swiss, but also home to huge international institutions like the United Nations and Red Cross. You can walk around the grand St. Pierre Cathedral and the Musée Ariana, and still be within throwing distance of the wild Alps and Lake Léman.
Can’t decide when to fly from London to Geneva? Geneva is chilly in the winter and sunny in the summer – ideal for both ski trips and lazy summers by the lake.
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