Geneva Airport (ICAO: LSGG, IATA: GVA) was formerly known as Cointrin Airport. It serves as a hub for Swiss International Airlines with international flights including long haul services utilising the airport daily. The airport is used for both private and commercial aviation, with a dedicated terminal for private flights serviced by 5 FBO's. It's busiest day in 2018 was the 7th of march with around 180 movements from Geneva Airport
Geneva Airport is located 5 km northwest of the Swiss city of Geneva, with the centre just a 25 minute drive and within easy reach of ski resorts.
Top destinations for Geneva Airport include France, United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany and Russia. It's most active private aircrafts include the Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, as well as the Pilatus PC-12, Embraer Phenom 300 and the Dassault-Falcon 2000. Every year there are around 33000 movements at Geneva Airport, with just over 16000 departures and arrivals. This is no surprise as it has over 900 connections to airports worldwide, 20 across Switzerland, 559 in Europe and 330 around the rest of the world. Its most popular airport connections include Paris Le-Bourget, Nice Cote d'Azur, Farnborough, London Luton, Zurich and Milan Linate.