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Discharge information: you need to be at the airport two hours before leaving. You run your own passport, customs, and registration for a flight that ends 40 minutes before leaving. The standards of free baggage from different airlines can vary. Please specify the rules for the carriage of baggage from the airline that is on your flight.
Flight time: Moscow - Zurich 3.25 minutes; Moscow - Geneva 3.45 p.m.

Time: 2 hours away from Moscow
Customs: Schengen visas are needed to enter Switzerland.
The duty-free import of goods per person.
Personal items: personal property used, such as clothing, underwear, toiletries, sports equipment, photo and video equipment, laptop computers, musical tools and other personal items.
Food: food and alcoholic drinks for one day.
Cash: For the import, transport or export of liquids (cash, securities, etc.) exceeding SwF 10,000, the origin, destination and user information shall be provided on demand. Customs leaves the right to apply other measures to combat crime.
Tobacco and alcoholic beverages: 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, or 250 gram tubes. 2 litres of alcoholic beverages (up to 15 per cent) and 1 litre of alcoholic beverages (over 15 per cent).
Other goods: for other personal items, there is a general cost limit of SwF 300 per person.
Useful phones:
Russian Embassy in Bern: +41 (0) 31 352 05 67, 352 05 66
Russian Consulate General in Geneva: +41 (0) 22 734 79 55, 734 90 83
Emergency Relief Services: Police 117, Fire 118, ambulance 144 (not all regions). No. 117, 118, 144 of the automates can be called free of charge.
Communications: From Russia, you can call Switzerland by telephone: 8,10,41 + the city code (without zero) + the number of the subscriber. From Switzerland to Russia, it is possible to call from any telephone unit by dialing the Russian code 007 + the city code (Moscow 495) + the subscriber number. International calls from automobile and postal offices will cost less than hotel calls, and more user-friendly and better use of a telephone card that can be purchased at the mail, at the station, at the gas station, in the kiosk or at the café.

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