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Geneve airport curfew in the night

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Hello, got htis message from my travel agents : pay attention the parking of Geneva airport during the night wil lbe closed. And probably more time for passport checks.

Dear Sir or Madam,

The state of emergency on the national territory reinstaures identity control at borders. Those measures apply to the french sector of the Geneva Airport.

For this reason, the access to the French sector will be closed everyday from 11PM to 4AM until the end of the state of emergency, at the end of february.

During this curfew, parkings, stores and services will be closed in the french sector.

We invite you to take all necessary measures to avoid any inconvenience regarding this closing especially in the case of a car rental in the french sector.

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