Zurich, Switzerland (GenevaLunch) – Swiss Tuesday shared with its customers on Facebook its disappointment in sharply lower traffic in April, due to volcano-related cancelled flights: 16.1 percent fewer passengers than in April 2009, for a total of 972,608.
Milan airports re-open, Munich closes Ash cloud moves north of Switzerland Update 5 – 9 May, 22:13 Geneva, Switzerland (GenevaLunch) – Airports in Europe were opening and closing like doors Sunday, as the latest volcanic ash emission from Iceland wreaked havoc Sunday. Spanish and Portuguese airspace was mostly open by Sunday evening and airports that […]
Swiss air space closed until at least Tuesday 20 April 08:00 Swiss skies open under 11,000 metres (36,000 feet) Note to travelers: Check our earlier stories for useful links to airports and more, plus background Update 11:00 Bern, Switzerland (GenevaLunch) – Swiss civil aviation authorities said Monday morning 19 April that Swiss air space will […]
Are we surprised that the £1,200 which is a UK taxi company’s biggest fare ever ended up in Geneva? So the businessmen who took the ride won’t be surprised at taxi fares in Geneva. They were driven from Northhampton to Geneva to catch a flight to Portugal, so they’ll probably be stuck with another large […]
Airlines, airports expect bumpy ride when ash cloud allows flights to resume Friday evening 16 April Geneva, Switzerland (GenevaLunch) – The ash cloud from Iceland’s volcano is causing severe disruption to airlines throughout Europe, with the UK closed to air traffic until 18:00 Friday evening, airports in northern France including Paris closed, as well as […]