Cheap Flights from London to Geneva
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Flights from London to Geneva
This information is correct as of August 2015
Airlines that fly from London to Geneva
British Airways from Gatwick and Heathrow; easyJet from Gatwick, Stansted, Southend and Luton; Monarch Airlines from Gatwick; Swiss International Air Lines from Gatwick, London City and Heathrow; Thomas Cook from Gatwick; Thomson Airways from Gatwick and BA CityFlyer from London City.
Terminal Information – Departing
British Airways flights from London Heathrow to Geneva usually leave from Terminal 5, while Swiss International Airlines leave from Terminal 2. Terminal 5 is the newest addition to the airport, and is known for its luxury shops and restaurants. Terminal 2 also has plenty of high-end stores to browse, with the likes of Mulberry and Paul Smith as well as British mainstays like John Lewis and M&S.
Gatwick Airport has two terminals: British Airways and easyJet flights to Geneva leave from the North Terminal, while Monarch and Swiss both leave from the South Terminal. The airport's train station is in the South Terminal, but there's a frequent inter-terminal shuttle. Both terminals offer a wide range of shopping, entertainment, and dining options.
Luton Airport only has one terminal which is currently receiving a £100 million makeover. Food options are varied: you can grab a quick doughnut at Krispy Kreme, enjoy a healthy salad at Pret A Manger, or sit down for a slap up meal at Frankie & Benny's. There are plenty of shops too, from Kurt Geiger and MAC Cosmetics to Aelia Duty Free and Dixons.
Stansted Airport also has one terminal, with plenty to keep you happy while you wait for your flight to Geneva. Pick up some toys at Hamley's, some trendy clothes at Fat Face, or some last minute beauty bargains at Boots. Snack on some sushi at Itsu, enjoy dinner at James Martin Kitchen, or just celebrate your holiday with a glass of fizz at Halo.
Southend Airport has one terminal, which is functional but a little light on shops and restaurants. There are two places to eat, a first class lounge, a WHSmith and a duty free shop. London City Airport is similarly functional. Designed with business travellers in mind, the focus is on free Wi-Fi and coffee bars.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Geneva Airport only has one terminal, split into French and Swiss sectors. To reach the French sector get off the plane as you normally would, going through Swiss customs and collecting your luggage. Then head to the check-in area. Follow the signs for "destination France."
It only takes 6 minutes to reach the centre of Geneva by train. Public buses also serve the terminal. All visitors are entitled to a free 'Unireso' public transport ticket, which is valid for 80 minutes in the canton of Geneva. You can pick them up from the machines in the arrivals hall.
You need a valid passport to travel to Geneva, and it should be valid for the full duration of your stay. British passports that have been extended by 12 months by British embassies and consulates are also accepted.
What to expect in Geneva
Prepare to break the bank. Rental prices aside, Geneva is a lot more expensive than London. You can expect to pay about 22% more for general goods, and about 25% more for restaurant meals.
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