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It is extremely important that you travel with a licensed operator.

There are many unlicensed people offering airport transfers or companies running more vehicles than they are permitted to. If a company does not hold a full international license, especially as arrivals and departures into Geneva are in Switzerland, the transfer will be illegal. In the event of an accident, passengers will not be insured.

Don't risk you and your families safety. Ensure you always travel with a licensed operator.

Questions to ask:

What is your international license number?

Do you only have a mobile number?

Do you have a phone number in the UK?
CLICK HERE to find out who the legal operators are and how many vehicles they can operate.

Our License number: 2010/82/0000138

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Less Stress


Professional Transfers take the stress out of getting you to and from your destination in the French Alps. If you're skiing in winter or mountain biking in summer, one of our English speaking drivers will meet you at your arrival point. You will then be transferred in the comfort and safety of one of our 8 seater mini buses to your final destination.

30 Years Experience

30 Years Experience

Professional Transfers are an airport transfer company, driving people from Geneva airport to Chatel. We provide transfers to the Abondance valley, all areas of Portes du Soleil, surrounding train stations and airports. Our vehicles operate 24hrs a day, 365 days of the year. With our high levels of service and over 30 years experience gained in passenger transport, we understand the need for a reliable, low cost, ski and bike transfer service.

Fully Insured

fully insured

Based and living in Chatel, our vehicles are fully equipped for Alpine driving conditions and have plenty of space for your skis, snowboards and luggage. Our drivers have extensive experience with driving in winter conditions. All vehicles are French registered and comply with the latest legislation and insurance requirements