Geneva Airport Transfers run regularly every week-end throughout the 2019 / 2020 winter ski season. We specialise in low cost, great value shared shuttles. With prices starting at just £74.20pp Return, we are the cheapest travel option out of Geneva Airport. Ben’s Bus ran its first ski transfer in 2006 and now transports thousands of happy passengers. Friendly, English speaking reps will ensure your holiday starts with a safe, comfortable and timely transfer up the mountain – and all at the best possible price.
GENEVA AIRPORT SHARED TRANSFERS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE FOLLOWING SKI RESORTS
BEN’S BUS TRANSFER SERVICE OUT OF GENEVA AIRPORT
Ben’s Bus has been operating out of Geneva Airport since 2009. We offer regular and reliable shuttle buses to all the major French ski resorts. When you arrive, a uniformed Ben’s Bus rep will greet you and answer any questions you may have. Then it’s a short walk to the bus before your journey up to your resort starts. Our drivers are local to the area and so they know the traffic hotspots. Most of the Tarentaise resorts are accessible in around 3 hours, depending on the traffic and weather conditions. We will allow more time for the transfer when we know the conditions may be bad, such as during the school holidays or when the Geneva Motor Show is on. All vehicles used by Ben’s Bus are fully insured, registered and licensed to operate in France and Switzerland.
INFORMATION ABOUT GENEVA AIRPORT
All independent international flights arrive at Terminal 1 (also known as the Main Terminal) on the Swiss side of Geneva Airport. Terminal 2 is closed most of the year, although during busy periods you may end up there! A map of the Terminals and information on how to get from T1 to T2 can be found here. All our vehicles drop off and pick up from the Swiss side of the airport. If you need to travel between the French and Swiss sides, please follow the signs inside the airport. It is a very short walk. Geneva Airport has very good transport infrastructure links, including a major motorway which runs very close to the airports’ entrance.