British Airways triples services from London City Airport to Geneva


British Airways is trebling flights between London City and Geneva and making it a year-round service.

The current five-a-week schedule from the Docklands airport is a winter only leisure route, which is very popular with skiers and winter sports enthusiasts.

From September 6 it will increase to up to three flights a day with an excellent schedule aimed at business customers. Flights will depart London City at 08:15, 14:15 and 18:50 and depart Geneva at 07:10,12:55 and 17:45.

Morning and evening departures from both cities means customers will be able to do a full day’s business in both Geneva and London.

The new flights go on sale today (May 13).

Luke Hayhoe, British Airways’ general manager commercial, London City, said: “Geneva has traditionally been a leisure route for us from London City but more and more of our customers have been asking us to provide a year-round business schedule, linking these two important commercial centres and complimenting the services we offer from London Heathrow.

Travellers have a quick and easy journey through London City Airport and with hand baggage only they can move from kerbside to airside in just 15 minutes.

British Airways fares include a generous free hand baggage allowance, free seat selection and check-in 24 hours before departure, complimentary hot meals and drinks on board.

To see a full current schedule click here. To book flight tickets to Geneva click here.



  1. Timetable:
    Geneva (GVA) > London-City (LCY)
    On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
    BA2280 > GVA/LCY > 07:10 – 07:45
    On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
    BA2284 > GVA/LCY > 12:55 – 13:30
    BA2286 > GVA/LCY > 17:45 – 18:20£
    London-City (LCY) > Geneva (GVA)
    On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
    BA2281 > LCY/GVA > 08:15 – 10:50
    On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
    BA2285 > LCY/GVA > 14:25 – 17:00
    BA2287 > LCY/GVA > 18:50 – 21:25


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