Interesting flights to or from Geneva airport for the week from Monday 24 May 2021 to Sunday 30 May 2021.

Monday 24 May: A Gulf5 of the Royal Moroccan Air Force came from, then returned to, Rabat. It seems that Spain and Morocco do not see eye to eye right now.

Tuesday 25 May: The U.S Air Force Globemaster that arrived the previous Sunday returned home to Charleston via Washington. Certainly, something related to the Biden-Putin meeting here in June.

Tuesday 25 May: A nice Falcon 900, registered in the USA (owner unknown behind a trust fund), off to San Fernando Argentina via Nice. One of few to or from that country.

Wednesday 26 May: Arrival of a Gulf 5 belonging to LUKoil-Avia, a Russian airline based at Moscow. It came here from Accra in Ghana, then left quickly for Moscow.

Thursday 27 May: A Bombardier BD-700 here directly from Brazil. One would hope that the occupants, including the flight crew, are in quarantine!

Friday 28 May: A Gulf 5 owned by Rolex went to Florence and back (and again on Sunday). A conference on watches? Note that it is an aircraft that requests no tracking Pretty well an impossibility in this internet-connected world.

Friday 28 May: A British- registered Falcon 7X owned by Tag Aviation UK left for Lagos.

Saturday 29 May: A Czech-registered Embraer Phenom 300 arrived from Jersey (that small Channel isles resort often linked with avoiding taxes) then continued to Palma de Mallorca and then somewhere around Greece Island-hopping?

Sunday 30 May: Another regular visit of a private luxury Airbus A31, coming from Kiev and then returning!

More details for these flights, and all other since 2009, can be obtained via the ARAG Web site

D’autres détails pour ces vols, et tous les autres vols depuis 2009, peuvent être obtenus via le site WEB de l’ARAG

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