Geneva - Airport Switzerland, Switzerland

Pick-up type:

Counter on airport, shuttle to car

Supplier details


Flughafen Genf, Genf, 1215

Opening Hours
Sun06:45 - 23:30
Mon06:45 - 23:30
Tue06:45 - 23:30
Wed06:45 - 23:30
Thu06:45 - 23:30
Fri06:45 - 23:30
Sat06:45 - 23:30

Useful Information

Drivers Age

19 to 99 Years

Customers who fall outside the age limitations will not be able to rent a car unless there is a young or senior driver fee specified in this section. Please note that, if applicable, this fee will be included in the rental price and will be payable on arrival at the rental desk in the local currency.

Travel Restrictions

"In general you can take the vehicle out of the country of rental into all western Europe countries (no one way rentals).

If you buy Travel East cover, you may also take our vehicle only from car groups A + H to:

Czech Republic (CZ), Hungary (H), Poland (PL), and Slovak Republic (SK).

How much does it cost?

You can expect to pay between CHF 39.00 and CHF 52.00 a day. If you rent the vehicle for more than 10 days, you’ll only be charged for a maximum of 10 days and get cover for the duration of your rental, up to 28 days."

"If you are EU resident and drive a vehicle with Swiss registration and number plate, you are only allowed to drive the vehicle in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. You must not take the vehicle into the EU, except for the purpose of directly returning to your place of residence in the EU, which must be stated on your rental agreement. You must pay for all damages and costs we incur as a result of you or any Additional Driver not complying with this obligation including payable customs, tax charges and loss of use, if you or an additional driver gets detained at Customs. Please note, that a breach of customs regulations may result in criminal charges against you or your Additional Driver. If you plan to travel cross-border into the EU, please let us know at the time of booking, so that we can choose the right vehicle for you.

Entries to Croatia (HR) and Slovenia (SLO) are not allowed for vehicles from car group I.

Porsche vehicles may only be driven in Switzerland (CH), Germany (D), France (F), Monaco (MC) and Austria (A). "

"Entries to Croatia (HR) and Slovenia (SLO) are not allowed for vehicles from car group I.

You are not allowed to use the vehicle in Albania (AL), Armenia (AM), Azerbaijan (AZ), Bulgaria (BG), Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH), Belarus (BY), Cyprus (CY), Czech Republic (CZ), Estonia (EST), Georgia (GE), Greece (GR), Hungary (H), Iceland (IS), Kazakhstan (KZ), Kosovo (RKS), Latvia (LV), Lithuania (LT), Malta (M), Macedonia (MK), Moldavia (MD), Montenegro (MNE), Poland (PL), Romania (RO), Russia (RUS), Slovakia (SK), Serbia (SRB), Turkey (TR), Ukraine (UA) and any country outside continental Europe.

Also not allowed: Balearic Islands, Canaries, Corsica, Crete, Sardinia"

The vehicle can be transported on a ferry but the vehicle is not covered on the ferry.