Geneva Airport ( GVA ) Public Transportation

Public transportation from Geneva Airport: The city is easily reachable by train or by bus via Unireso transportation - only one single ticket is required to travel by train, tram, bus or boat in the area France-Vaud-Geneva. Arriving passengers can get from a dispenser( located before customs check), an 80-minute free ticket for 'Transports Publics Genevois', valid for buses & Trains to Geneva.

By Train:  The Gare CFF Geneva Airport train station can be accessed from both Arrivals & check-in levels. Trains run at rush hour every 12 mins, and all stop at Geneva-Cornavin station at city center - a 6-minute ride - where passengers may change over to other trains, local or express for Swiss or Europe destinations.

By Bus: 
Five new & extra-long buses decorated in colors of main tourist destinations (Geneva, Basel, Bern, Zurich & Fribourg /Vaud) - are now located outside of the Main Terminal.
Urban buses stop every 8 to 15 minutes at the Main Terminal's check-in level, in front of or next to the train station:
- Bus  5:  Aréna/Palexpo - Nations - Cornavin - Rive - Malagnou - Thônex-Vallard
- Bus 10: Balexert - Cornavin - Bel-Air - Rive
- Bus 23: Blandonnet - Lignon - Aïre - Grand-Lancy - ZIPLO
- Bux 28: Parfumerie - Vernier - Blandonnet - Aéroport - Fret - Grand-Saconnex - Nations - Jardin-Botanique
- Bus 57: Blandonnet - Hôtpial de la Tour - Meyrin
- Bus Y:  Ferney - Grand-Saconnex - Aéroport - Blandonnet - CERN - Thoiry

Transdev Bus service includes three Haute-Savoie destinations: Annecy, Chamonix and  St-Gervais. The one-way ticket costs 21 EUR.  Its regional  lines are available any day of the week:
- Transalis/ Lihsa T72 (Annecy, Cruseilles, Saint-Julien-en-Genevois) and
- T74 (Chamonix, Saint-Gervais, Cluses,  Bonneville,  Nangy).

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