Flights are set to return to Geneva Airport in June with health and safety measures in place to protect passengers and employees.
Safety and hygiene measures have been implemented on the advice of health authorities, with passengers being advised that they need to take responsibility for hand hygiene and respecting social distancing.
The airport is advising passengers to wear a face mask and employees will be equipped with masks, gloves and when necessary, glasses too.
To enable social distancing, some seats have been made unavailable in waiting areas, and stickers and floor markings indicate the maximum capacity of lifts and specific locations.
Buses carrying travelers on the apron will have limited capacity during off-peak periods.
In the terminal, arrows will indicate the direction of passenger flow and posters and loudspeakers will remind the public of health and safety instructions.
Passengers will have access to disinfectant at key points and cleaning has been increased in the terminal.
Everyone landing at Geneva Airport must complete a traceability sheet so authorities can identify and contact anyone who has been in close contact with someone who subsequently tested positive for COVID-19 on their flight.
Swiss International Air Lines will restart flights on June 15 with services to Lisbon, Porto and Faro in Portugal; Athens and Heraklion in Greece; Malaga and Palma in Spain; Nice, France; and Pristina, Kosovo.
These will be followed by services to London, UK; Dublin, Ireland; Frankfurt, Germany; Prague, Czech Republic; and Moscow, Russia.
easyJet will also resume flights on June 15 and is implementing new sanitary measures such as disinfecting aircraft and ordering passengers and crew members to wear face masks.