Getting to Geneva is very quick and easy, making it an ideal choice for a city break destination.
With Geneva flights from the UK to Geneva International GVA (formerly known as Geneva Cointrin GVA) taking just 1.5 to 2 hours, the city offers the ideal opportunity for a short haul sophisticated getaway. Geneva International Airport is a hub for most of French-speaking Switzerland, offering transport links far and wide.
Flights to Geneva are more expensive during the summer (April to October) so if you're looking for a cheaper flight, try spring and autumn. In winter, the city is a gateway to the many ski resorts of Switzerland so the airport gets busier at this time of year too. But it is worthwhile booking Geneva flights at any time of year, as the city's appeal is not so much in its weather, but more in its international status and its landmarks.
Easyjet is the biggest carrier into Geneva from the UK, with flights from 12 airports - Manchester, Liverpool, Belfast, Leeds Bradford, Gatwick, Stansted, Southend, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bournemouth and Newcastle.
British Airways flies from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City, and Swissair runs services from Heathrow and City.
Jet2 runs low cost services from Manchester, Belfast, Leeds Bradford and East Midlands, and flybe flies from Inverness, Isle of Man, Exeter, Cardiff, Jersey and Southampton.
Finally, Thomson and Thomas Cook run ski charters during the ski season from airports all over the UK.