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P48 now exclusively used for long term General Aviation parking.
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Aircraft in storage on Tarmac P48 / Corrosion Corner
The following aircraft are currently in storage on the new Tarmac P48. It is located 200 meters right of "Point 2" on our Main Photo Points section, and all aircraft stored can be easily photographed from the perimeter road outside of the Airport.

Air Baltic (BT)
Will relaunch three times weekly Riga-Geneva service on May 4th 2017 (pending availabilty of slots in Geneva, which have not been requested yet). Schedules would be 0945-1040 (BT647/8) every Monday, Thursday and Friday with Boeing 737-300 equipment.

Air Berlin (AB)
Will launch up to three times daily Düsseldorf-Geneva service on November 14th with Bombardier Q400 equipment. Departures from Geneva at 0630 (daily), 1205 (Mo-Fr), 1645 (Mo-Fr) and returns at 1125 (Mo-Fr), 1545 (Mo-Fr), 2045 (Mo-Fr and Su), 2100 (Sa). These flights will feed the Düsseldorf hub.

Air Canada (AC)
Will operate Boeing 767-300 equipment on all flights to Geneva until November 28th.

Air Moldova (9U)
Has requested permission to operate twice weekly Chisinau-Geneva (Monday and Thursday) with Embraer 190 equipment starting January 19th 2017 (1515-1600 / 9U451/2). Governmental approval is however still pending.

Kuwait Airways (KU)
Kuwait Airways long standing service between Kuwait City and Geneva will become nonstop starting October 31st. An Airbus A320 will operate the route twice weekly. Schedules will be 1510-1610 (KU161/2) every Monday and Wednesday. Earlier reports indicated the airline intended to drop the route.

Tarom (RO)
Has cancelled all slots to Geneva during the winter season. However, flights are open for bookings during Summer 2017 which leads to think it is only a temporary measure.

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Summary of new airlines launching service to Geneva this summer
Airbus A319 twice weekly to Baku

Boeing 757-200 twice weekly to Keflavik

Boeing 737-700 twice weekly to Olbia

Airbus A320 weekly to Barcelona

                                                                        subject to changes
      excluding airlines restarting service after seasonal suspension