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L'odyssey also known as flylodyssey is an air transport broker rather than a virtual carrier from Geneva. It organises air transport services for its clients by chartering aircraft to 3rd party operators as agents for its clients.
L'odyssey is aneco-friendly airline - it's always engaging in innovative ideas to reduce pollution, carbon footprint etc. The airline optimises flights and will only introduce routes to destinantions where the car, train or bus is not suitable as a form of transportation. L'odyssey is looking to develop partnerships with locals at each base to reduce the amount of pollution caused by exploitation, transport, storage and packaging. From day 1, L'odyssey has been introducing eco-friendly regulations, therefore the tableware is only made of washable, reusable or recyclable materials in order to reduce plastic waste.
L'odyssey will begin flying to Deauvile, Dinard, Geneva, Hyeres, Toulon and London.
L'odyssey has different baggage policies for carry-on and checked baggage.
The airline allows you to bring a 7kg carry-on and a small personal item such as a laptop or a briefcase. This will be included in your fare price.
Please don't pack prohibited items in your carry-on such as sharp items and liquids over 100ml. You'll be asked to remove any prohibited items at security.
L'odyssey will allow you to bring a 15kg or 30kg checked bag depending on your fare category. You can also purchase additional baggage to your booking if needed.
The airline doesn't currently provide any in-flight entertainment.
The airline doesn't currently provide WIFI on-board.
As L'odyssey is looking to partner up with food locals, all food on-board will be fresh and great quality- nothing better than freshly picked goodies. L'odyssey will also allow you to buy food and drinks on board.
L'odyssey passengers have to check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.
L'odyssey doesn't currently offer online check-in. You can check-in and collect your boarding pass at the airport. Please allow sufficient time to arrive at the airport.
Airport check-in will depend on the airport and the destination you are travelling to. We recommend that you arrive at least 2 hours before your flight departure time for a stress-free journey at the airport.
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Geneva airport (GVA) is situated in Le Grand-Saconnex, Meyrin and Bellevue and serves the Grand Genève region. The airport is part of the Swiss terrirory, however the airport is also located on the French border -it can be assessed by France and Switzerland. In 2018 Geneva Airport had over 17.6 million passengers flying from the airport.
Geneva airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 also known as Main terminal (M) is split into 5 piers, A, B, C, D and F. These gates are for Swiss or International destinations. Terminal 2 is only open during the winter - this was the main terminal during the 1950's however due to the poor facilities Geneva Airport decided to open terminal 1. Terminal 2 only has one restaurant and doesn't offer duty-free stores.Therefore it's likely that L'odyssey will be flying from Terminal 1.
Geneva airport serves as a hub for L'odyssey, Swiss International Air Lines and easyJet Switzerland - other airlines that fly to the airport include Air Prishtina, airBaltic, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa and more.
L'odyssey offers comfortable seating on-flight. The seats are filled with rich padding for a relaxed and enjoyable journey. L'odyssey has plenty of leg room - you will find yourself feeling like your in first class. There is so much space on-board that it only takes 2 minutes to board everyone on the plane.
L'odyssey is operating flights with its Swedish-designed Saab 340 - which can carry up to 34 passengers.
L'odyssey is currently operating to Deauvile, Dinard, Geneva, Hyeres, Toulon and London. L'odyssey is looking to expand its routes and destinations in the future.