On board a LOT Polish Airlines plane, you will be taken care of by competent and pleasant crew members – we have been awarded the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe by Business Traveller magazine for the sixteenth time. You will not only relax and catch up with latest events by reading up-to-the-minute newspapers, but also enjoy our delicious LOT Gourmet meals.
See for yourself how convenient direct flight can be! Thanks to the newly developed network of LOT Polish Airlines direct flights, you can see for yourself how much we care for our passengers' comfort.
Nothing can get you as close to Geneva's tourist attractions as a LOT Polish Airlines ticket. LOT Polish Airlines offers flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Genewa-Cointrin (GVA) every Sunday at 16:25 and from Monday to Saturday at 16:30.
We fly to airports which offer the easiest access to the city centre. In Geneva, we cooperate with Genewa-Cointrin Airport (GVA) from where you can get to the centre of attractions by the CFF train, a bus (line 10) or a taxi.
Do you have any doubts concerning your flight? Call our 24-hour help desk or use the mobile app. Travelling with a child under 2? You are entitled to a 90% discount for your child's ticket! Want to get on board faster? Use the Quick Passage option. LOT Polish Airlines cares for the customers who value additional possibilities.
Geneva, the second largest city in Switzerland, boasts its location on both sides of Lake Geneva, also known as Lac Leman - from the boulevards on the outskirts of the city you may often catch a glimpse of huge and snow-covered Mont Blanc, just 50 kilometres away from the city centre. Near Crets Promenade you may rest for a while and relish the view of the massive while sitting on a 2-level bench.
The city is divided into two parts, left, which is more of a historic district with many museums and historical sites, and right, which is home to many organizations, luxurious hotels, or casinos. The city owes its cosmopolitan atmosphere to, for instance, the presence of many diplomats and officers from all over the world - Geneva is the second, after New York, official seat of the United Nations and the Red Cross, as well as many other international agencies.
Tourists are mostly attracted by its historic sites and its reputation as the birth place of clock and watch industry. While in town, you may want to see the huge fountain called Jet d'Eau which ejects shots of water above the surface of Lake Geneva. How is it different from any other fountain to be found elsewhere in the world? It is the only one that can hold up to 7 tonnes of water at the same time and can eject the water at 200 km/h, 140 metres up