Due to the health situation, we regret to inform you that the AEROCAR service is suspended from 1 January to 31 March 2022. 

For passengers who have tickets until 31 December, please continue to respect the health instructions detailed below. 

Obligation of the Health Pass for passengers. When boarding, AEROCAR drivers will visually check the Health Pass of each passenger. Wearing a mask remains mandatory (on the platform and on board the vehicle) and it is forbidden to drink on board the vehicle. 

Because the circulation of the COVID-19 virus and its variants remains active, all entry into and exit from France is restricted.

Travelling during Covid-19 

For international travel, the following items may be required for travel:

  • European digital Covid certificate
  • Negative Covid-19 test
  • Certificate of vaccination against Covid-19
  • Covid-19 recovery certificate

Where to get information?

Health measures on board AEROCAR vehicles 

  • The Health Crisis Management Bill provides that as of August 9, the Health Pass will be mandatory for all long-distance bus trips (as of September 30 for minors over 12 years old).

  • Drivers will check the Health Pass upon boarding in paper format (negative test result (PCR or antigenic) less than 48 hours old; proof of complete vaccination status; certificate of recovery from contamination (positive PCR or antigenic test at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old) or in digital format: via the TousAntiCovid application.

  • It is compulsory to wear a mask in the bus station, in the vicinity of the vehicle and on board throughout the journey. Where space is available, passengers are requested to sit well away from other passengers.

  • Customers shall load and retrieve their luggage from the luggage compartments themselves.

  • The vehicles assigned to the AEROCAR route are cleaned by spraying the passenger compartment with virucide.

  • Like the passengers, our drivers wear a mask.

  • A hydroalcoholic gel dispenser is available when boarding the coach.  

  • Travellers undertake to respect the French and Swiss health regulations in force on the day of their journey.  AEROCAR cannot be held responsible for the absence or non-conformity of these health documents.

Security at Geneva Airport and respect for barrier measures

The Geneva Airport terminal has put in place measures to guarantee the safety of passengers at all times: social distance and compulsory wearing of masks, disinfectant dispensers at key points, ground markings (stickers, bollards) to remind passengers of distances and avoid crossing flows, reinforced professional cleaning service for areas and objects in contact (handrails, buttons, handles, bins for dropping off objects at security, ticket counters, etc.)

COVID screening centre

Geneva Airport also has a screening centre on its premises. It is open 7 days a week and can be visited by appointment. All information here.