Airport transfers can be arranged from Geneva airport. Transfer times usually take 1 hour 45 minutes to 2 hours from Geneva airport by car or by train. Flights are also available from Milan or Bern and these are usually a 3 hour transfer.
If you are going to fly here, you will need to pack your bike carefully to avoid damage. The best option is a rigid bike travel box which you can hire in the UK.
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Flying with your bike
easyJet accepts bicycles as hold luggage, classified as “Large Sports Equipment”. The fee is currently £35 or €45 each way, and the weight allowance is 23 kg. See easyJet’s website for more details.
British Airways will let you take your bike for free so long as your total luggage weighs no more than 23 kg. Otherwise, the fee is €50 (at the airport, €43 online in advance). See the BA website for more details.
Swiss will let you take your bike for free so long as your total luggage weighs no more than 23 kg. Otherwise, the fee is €50. See the Swiss website for more details.