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Last update: 20 March, 2014
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 Canada (AC)
Will temporarily upgrade its Geneva-Montreal flight to Airbus A330-300 equipment between December 13th and December 24th then definitely as of January 7th. A Boeing 767-300 was previously operated on the route.

Belavia (B2)
Has requested permission to launch a three times weekly flight between Geneva and Minsk starting December 17th with a mix of Boeing 737-300/-500, Canadair CRJ and Embraer 175 equipment. Schedules are expected to be 1420-1510 on Tuesdays, 0855-0945 on Fridays and 1220-1310 on Sundays (B2871/2).

Etihad Regional (F7)
Etihad Airways acquired a minority stake (33.3%) in Darwin Airline and will rebrand the swiss regional airline "Etihad Regional" once regulatory approval is obtained. Etihad Regional will then operate as a feeder for the parent company, initially with a fleet of ten Saab 2000.

EuroLot (K2)
Has cancelled plans to launch service to Geneva.

Icelandair (FI)
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).

Like previous winters, SAS will operate direct flights between Oslo and Geneva between January and March. Some flights will be operated by Oslo based Boeing 737-800 and are listed as such in our Expected Visitors section as one wears special EuroBonus titles and another one special Walt Disney Planes livery.

Tarom (RO)
Has launched a new twice weekly service between Geneva and Bucharest on November 26th with Boeing 737-700 equipment.

Uzbekistan Airways (HY)
Has terminated service to Geneva.

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Boeing 737 / CRJ / E75 thrice weekly to Minsk

Boeing 737-700 twice weekly to Bucharest

                                            with reservation for possible changes
      excluding airlines restarting service after seasonal suspension