Airport Transfers to and from Flaine
The TransferFix platform provides you with a selection of many transfer companies that offer service between Geneva Airport and Flaine.
Also, there are services between Bellegarde Rail Station, Chambery Airport, Lyon Airport and Grenoble Airport and Flaine.
If you are travelling through Italy to get to Flaine, there are services from Turin Caselle Airport and the three Milan airports of Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo.
Only the Geneva Airport service has a shared transfer service. All other routes provide only a private hire service.
The Booking Process
On the TransferFix platform, you can choose the service type, price, timing and other criteria. Immediately, you can book and pay, and your booking is guaranteed.
You can choose between a low-priced shared airport transfer, a private transfer or a premium private luxury limousine service.
The TransferFix platform provides live availability for shared and private transfers, all with current pricing.
Your online payment goes directly to the bank account of your chosen Licensed Transportation Provider (LTP).
The TransferFix platform sends a detailed confirmation to you, and to your chosen LTP.
Also, the LTP can log in to the platform, to view your booking.
TransferFix does not increase prices, and the LTPs are contracted to offer the same prices on the TransferFix, as they do on their website.
TransferFix is not only available in Flaine, but in many other destinations. Our network is growing fast.
Here are the destinations are on the TransferFix platform.
Journey Times & Distances from Airports to Flaine
A Shared Transfer from Geneva Airport to Flaine
Before the outbound journey from Geneva Airport (GVA) to Flaine begins, you might have to wait for more passengers to arrive on different flights, but that might not be enough people to fill the vehicle.
It is quite common, particularly in the low season for the minibus to depart Geneva Airport with only 4 or 5 passengers.
Once you are on your way, there should be no stops until you arrive in the Grand Massif, where passengers might be dropped off before you in other Grand Massif resorts, such as Les Carroz.
This tends to happen more when demand is low. Each drop-off causes a small delay, and if you are the last person to be dropped off at your accommodation in Flaine, there might be a delay of 15-20 minutes before you reach Flaine.
However, in the high season, there is a reasonable probability that all your fellow passengers will be traveling to Flaine. In this case, the driver will not stop along the way, but there still might be a few minutes delay, with passengers being dropped-off in Flaine before you. Also, you might get lucky, and be the first to be dropped off.
The Journey from Flaine to Geneva Airport
The transfer company will always notify you of the pick-up time from your accommodation or other agreed pick-up location in the resort.
Be in that place at the appointed time. If you are not there, the driver will not wait, as to do so, might compromise the other passengers. No-one wants to risk missing their flight, because someone else is not at their agreed pick-up point on-time.
As soon as all passengers from Flaine are picked-up, the journey to Geneva Airport begins. However, it is possible that, along the way, the driver might stop in other Grand Massif resorts to pick-up more passengers, particularly in Les Carroz.
If you travel during peak season, there is a reasonable possibility that all the seats in the minibus will be occupied when leaving Flaine.
Ethics of a Shared Transfer to or from Flaine
The shared transfer experience requires a bit of “give and take” and a considerate attitude from all passengers.
Do not be late. Do be helpful if required and be polite to your fellow passengers.
The companies that provide shared transfers are very experienced.
Listen to what their driver might have to say and enjoy the ride!
Online, there are resources that allow the VTC to check that flights are departing on time. It is likely that your VTC will have as much information as you about any delays. However, on the booking confirmation form, you will be provided with their mobile number, so you can call for reassurance. If the VTC is not able to transport you in a later vehicle departure, by the time your flight lands, it is likely that the VTC will have arranged for your transportation with another VTC, for the same price that you have paid already. Check your mobile phone for info that will usually arrive by SMS.
Private Transfers to and from Flaine
A Private transfer will give you much more flexibility. You get to choose your drop-off and pick-up points in Flaine.
You have no other passengers to consider, but do listen to your driver for any advice.
Flaine is an alpine resort, and depending on matters outside for everyone's control, and in unusual circumstances, the situation might change, sometimes very quickly.
You might have to adapt. If that is required, listen to your driver and please be compliant.
Flaine is a ski area in the Haute Savoie region of the French Alps and is a part of the Grand Massif domain, which also includes Les Carroz, Morillon and Samoëns.
The largest resort in the Grand Massif domain, Flaine was designed in the 1960s when big concrete blocks of flats were still preferred by most architects. Whether you like this type of architecture or not, it does have an irrefutable advantage: Flaine is a ski-in/ski-out resort.
Moreover, Flaine is admired by most due to its Bauhaus heritage and the outdoor Picasso, Vasarely and Dubuffet sculptures.
Flaine is formed of two parts. Flaine Forum is based around a large pedestrian square with the slopes and main gondola forming one side.
Above Flaine Forum and connected to it via two funicular-type lifts which run 24/7 is Flaine Forêt, with its own pistes and lifts.
Most accommodation in Flaine is provided in apartments, but two kilometres from Flaine there is the lovely Hameau de Flaine, a magnificent collection of Scandinavian-style wooden chalets.
Skiing in Flaine
Flaine has the reputation of being an excellent ski resort, as it provides ski slopes suitable to all levels and excellent powder.
Flaine belongs to the Grand Massif ski area, which offers 265 km of ski slopes, 73 lifts and 144 trails.
Facing Mont-Blanc at an altitude of 2,500 meters (8,202 ft), the Grand Massif is suitable for everyone, regardless of their ski competences.
Flaine itself offers 140 km of slopes, serviced by 29 lifts.
The most popular slopes in Flaine are Styx (black), le Diamant Noir (black), Serpentine (blue/red), Fred (red) and Tourmaline (blue).
Flaine is also a family-friendly ski resort, with two nursery areas with four free lifts and two very easy green runs, which will definitely be fun for the whole family.
The Desert de Platé
The Desert de Platé is a geological curiosity in Flaine since it is mainly composed of limestone pavements dug by glaciers and meltwater.
Recognized as one of the greatest lapiaz in Europe, the Désert de Platé is accessible only on foot, which earned it the name "desert".
Classified since 1998 for its outstanding scenic interest, the Désert de Platé attracts with its extraordinary appearance. It's like "walking on a petrified glacier" or "over the moon".
Well-being & spa
With its 2,000 m2 dedicated to your well-being, the Aquatic area offers a swimming pool, a sauna, a Turkish bath, hydrotherapy tubs, beauty treatments, massages and aqua-gym.
They are open every day from 10 am to 8 pm, except Saturdays 3 pm till 8 pm.
There is also another spa - Deep Nature - which offers body and facial treatments, as well as Deep Nature massage selection.
Husky sledging is a traditional alpine activity and is excellent for people of all ages.
Dog sledging is a great activity for the whole family and you will go through forests and up and down the hills, so the view will be simply breathtaking.
Other activities in Flaine:
- ski touring;
- golf in the mountains;
- mountain biking;
- art centre / library;