In all of 2022, the airport in the French-speaking city received 14,1 million passengers, 138 percent more than in 2021 but 21,4 percent fewer than in 2019.
In the first full year of operation of the east wing, which is intended for long-haul flights and non-Schengen flights, 4,48 million passengers were handled there. Flight connections increased from 139 to 146 destinations.
During the last twelve months, the total number of landings and take-offs was 163.168 movements, 64,4 percent more than in 2021. Despite the sharp increase in scheduled traffic and significant activity in business aviation over the last year, the number of aircraft movements remains 12 percent below those of 2019. These two indicators - aircraft movements and passengers - pointed to an end to the crisis and the entry into a phase of stabilization, according to Geneva Airport.