Inverness Airport rounds off a busy year of route development with the return this weekend of the city’s popular winter ski service to the Alps.
Flybe resumes its weekly service to Geneva on Saturday with the service continuing until March 28.
With a flight time of less than two and a half hours, passengers flying direct from Inverness can look forward to enjoying the Alpine air in less time than it takes to drive to the central belt.
As well as being the gateway to the Alps, Geneva boasts major world famous attractions including the annual Geneva Motor Show from March 5 – 15, the Palais des Nations, the European HQ of the United Nations, and beautiful Lake Geneva.
The return of the Geneva service rounds off a year of growth for Flybe at Inverness. In October, the airline launched new flights from Inverness to London City and Dublin, and added a third daily flight to Manchester.
Graeme Bell, Inverness Airport General Manager, said: “Geneva is a great European destination, both as a city in its own right and as the gateway to some of the best Alpine ski resorts. We’re delighted to see the route back on our schedules this winter, alongside new services to London City and Dublin.”
Meanwhile, efforts to secure another service to Switzerland with another operator are continuing. An announcement is expected in the New Year.