Cheap Flights from Bristol to Geneva
Flight information Bristol to Geneva
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Average flight time, total distance 535 miles
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This information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from Bristol to Geneva
Easyjet offers direct flights from Bristol to Geneva Cointrin International Airport. Thomas Cook Airlines also offer direct flights on a seasonal basis.
You should arrive at the airport at least two hours before your flight to Geneva is scheduled to depart. There is just one, easy to navigate terminal at Bristol Airport, passengers travelling with Thomas Cook Airlines can check in at the check in desks at the airport, or in advance online. Easyjet passengers travelling to Geneva must check in online or via the Easyjet app, there are no check in facilities for Easyjet at the airport.
In the departures lounge passengers will find a small selection of shops, these include World Duty Free, Dixons, WHSmith, Claire’s Accessories, JD Sports, and Superdrug. The places to eat are Burger King, Starbucks, Brunel Bar and Kitchen and Cabin are mostly found together on the mezzanine of the departure lounge. The premium lounges, the Aspire and Aspire Plus are also located here, offering complimentary food, drinks and Wi-Fi. These start at £19.99 for a 3 hour stay.
Passengers at Bristol Airport can access free Wi-Fi for up to 60 minutes.
Geneva Cointrin International Airport
Geneva Cointrin International Airport is 4km to the northwest of Geneva city centre in Switzerland. There are two terminals at the airport, Terminal 1 is the main terminal with Terminal 2 rarely being used.
Onward travel options from Geneva Cointrin International Airport to Geneva are bus, train, taxi and car hire. The airport has its own train station a short walk from Arrivals, there are 3-5 trains typically each hour and a journey into Geneva takes just 6 minutes. A number of bus services depart from outside the airport terminal to destinations in Geneva, and to destinations in Switzerland. Tickets for buses and trains can be purchased from the machines at the bus stops and railway station, you will need Euros or CHF in order to operate the machines.
Taxis are available from the airport which you can either find by using a taxi rank, or by booking in advance. A typical fare from the airport to Geneva is CHF 35-45. If you would prefer to hire a car from Geneva Airport there are car hire desks available in the Arrivals Hall, booking in advance is recommended.
What to expect in Geneva
Geneva is a popular ski resort during the winter months so you should expect it to be quite busy in the city and on the slopes.
Although Switzerland is part of the EU it still has its own currency, the Swiss Franc. Geneva can be an expensive city especially when it comes to eating out and drinks. A typical 3 course meal will set you back around 100 CHF, 40% higher than Bristol. You can save money by sticking to the locally produced beers and wines.
Geneva, Switzerland is one hour ahead of Bristol, UK.
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