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 islocated 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.
Azerbaijan Airlines (J2)
Will drop the Geneva-Baku route at the end of the summer season. The last flight will take place on Friday October 24th.
The route was launched as recently as July 11th, initially with a SW Business AviationBoeing 727-200 and then with an own Airbus A319. Load factors were regularly increasing (frequently around 30-40 passengers per flight) but did probably not reach expectations.
Will launch a twice weekly Geneva-Keflavik seasonal service on May 24th 2014 (until September 23rd) with Boeing 757-200 (winglets) equipment. Schedules will be 1300-1400 every Tuesday and Saturday (FI564/5).
Has launched a four times weekly service between Geneva and Istanbul (Sabiha Gökçen) on June 21st with Boeing 737-800 equipment. Schedules are 1350-1430 every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday (PC337/8).
Could well be the first commercial airline operating a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft to Geneva. Flight RJ153 (1135-1235) on Wednesday October 15th is planned with this brand new aircraft as a one-off equipment upgrade.
Has launched seasonal service between Geneva and Barcelona. Vueling will operate only during peak summer time, Easter and selected dates in May and June with an average of one flight a week. Schedules of flight VY6201/2 vary and are available on our Expected Visitors page.