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Last update: 15 January, 2016
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.
ANA All Nippon Airways (NH)
According to initial reports, ANA All Nippon Airways would be the airline of choice for the Summer 2016 charter flights for japanese tourists to Geneva and Zurich. Japan Airlines provided until today most of the capacity during previous years with Arkefly having also operated some flights. Details are expected to become available later.

Emirates (EK)
Has applied for permission to operate a second daily Dubai-Geneva flight as of June 2016. Schedules would be 1950-2145 (EK083/4) with Boeing 777-300ER equipment.

Iberia (IB)
Has upgraded a total of 36 flights to Airbus A330 equipment throughout January, February and March 2016 presumably due to increased demand. Occurences are displayed on our Expected Visitors page.

Swiss (LX)
Starting February 8th 2016, Swiss will operate the flagship Boeing 777-300ER on numerous Zurich-Geneva-Zurich flights for crew training. The new aircraft will initially operate flight LX2802/7 (0820-1000) daily (except Saturdays) for two weeks, then three times a week for the following three weeks. Full schedule is available on our Expected Visitors page.
During the summer season, the Boeing 777-300ER will operate flight LX2802/7 daily until October 29th.

Will terminate its Antwerp-Geneva service on February 14th 2016.

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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