Early morning at Luton is for sure much more civilised than it's eastern competitor Stansted. There were two desk open for Geneva Check in, with maybe three people waiting at each. Service was friendly enough, neither good nor bad.
No queues to talk of at security, rather worryingly there were big medical screens everywhere with "Medical Screens" printed on them in big letters, wonder what they'd been getting up to?
The Reed Aviation Lounge (Luton's Executive Lounge) was situated where Debonair check in once was. It's a very poor show, cheap and nasty furniture but free internet and usual stock of drinks and nibbles. Staff were alright, not terribly interested really.
Through to the departure gate, at Luton this is in effect a bus station as international flights have to be bused to and fro. Boarding was again alright neither good nor bad. The buses were very old retired German citybus things with high floors and no where for luggage, not idea.
The Easyjet Swiss 737-300 awaited. Staff stood by the door on boarding but showed no interest in the passengers. The interior design of Easyjet is nice, but the cabin seemed generally warn, with typical beige 1980's walls etc. My seat was broken and thus uncomfortable.
Take off and indeed all the flying was very smooth. Service started quite quickly, first the magazines were handed out (they have the best for sure) and then the trolly came round, no food and we're not sorry attitude. To be honest the Swiss Crew were not very good, dis-interested generally with poor English.
Flying into Geneva is a treat, as the area is of course surrounded by the Alps, flying round all those snow capped mountains is a treat. Landing was very smooth and Geneva airport easily passed through.
Similar to way out, Geneva airport run down with inaccurate signposting at checkin. Long queues here and staff not interested. Poor facilities generally. Boarding poor with staff unfriendly, Swiss system of requiring non citizens to queue twice for boarding and then to have passports checked in between this a pain. Crew this time much better and friendlier. Cabin less worn but seat next to me seat cover almost thread bear. Had to wait at Luton half an hour before we could get off the plane as there were no buses to meet us. To be honest airside at Luton seems a bad joke.
Generally OK overall, certainly the Swiss side of Easyjet is by comparison a very very poor second to the UK operation. By the way Geneva is nice though!