Train timetables changed between Geneva and France (work on lines)

Major work is being done on French-Swiss train lines in the Geneva area, in preparation for the introduction of the regional rail system, the RER, and to improve connections with France. That work will affect service between Geneva and Genève-Aéroport and between Geneva and France throughout 2014. Passengers should inquire before travelling.

The Swiss (CFF) and French (RFF) rail networks are modernizing their cross-border rail network throughout 2014. Their purpose: to lay the groundwork for the regional rail system (RER) connecting France and the Swiss cantons of Vaud and Geneva and to improve connections between Geneva and France. On both sides of the border, the work includes improving network electrification, signalling and security installations, and will make it possible to introduce new regional dual-current trains along the entire Geneva – La Plaine – Bellegarde line.

As concerns the Genève Aéroport service, the number of trains between Geneva and Genève-Aéroport will be reduced from 15 July to 13 December 2014, as a result of work on the track layout in Genève-Châtelaine. Three trains will run in either direction every hour. Please consult

The CFF and the RFF recommend that passengers inquire before setting out. Information is available at ticket counters and on, and the CFF have set up a free dedicated hotline - 0800 22 00 11 - for the duration of the work. A flyer is also available in CFF train stations throughout the region.

In France, passengers can consult the following channels of information: (Rhône-Alpes), in the "travaux" section, and, in the "actualités" section.

Posters are being put up in train stations to inform passengers. Announcements will be broadcast in trains and stations. Bicycles cannot be transported on the buses and reservations are mandatory for groups.

Full press release

Swiss rail network

The airport offers connections to the Swiss and European rail network. The CFF airport railway station has direct access to the airport Check-in and Arrival levels. All trains stop at Geneva-Cornavin station (city centre).

Tickets can be purchased at the distributers in the train station (Swiss francs, euros or credit cards), at the station ticket wickets, at Ticket Shop CFF or – on landing in Geneva – in the baggage claim area (Arrivals level).

The Swiss Pass affords you unlimited travel on Swiss Travel System's public transport network on either 4, 8, 15 or 22 consecutive days or one entire month. More information:

Attractive solutions

The day before your flight, you can check your luggage in at the station (check-in at the station). You will also be given your boarding card there for your selected seat in the plane.

You can have your luggage sent directly to your destination station in Switzerland from any airport in the world (Fly Rail Baggage).

Get a discount on your train ticket or station check-in with our Avantages offers!

GVA : Urgences