I pass through Geneva 3 or 4 times a year on holiday trips mostly. I rate an airport on how easy it is to get to and from find things in it available space to sit and wait for a flight how well it sorts the baggage side out and what it costs to do simple things like buy food water and a hot drink. Geneva has good transport links so scores well there. If you are stuck there for any time there seems very little space before security to comfortably rest one's bones (ie not the floor) but perhaps that is due to the work being carried out in the airport and that I travel at busy holiday times. There is plenty of space afterwards though. The baggage collection side of the airport is frankly chaotic and inefficient. he airport aslo fails miserably when it comes to providing food drink etc at fair (even for an airport) prices. For example to buy water after security and a 750cc bottle cost 5.20 euros. It costs 1 euro in the UK and 2.75 in Barcelona. Other food and duty free prices are equally high if you are just a regular traveller. It is Switzerland I know but there are prices and then high prices; I found it an expensive place. Security checks were rather lax on the last two trips I have been on especially when compared to my local airport. Not my favourite airport.