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Cheap flights to Switzerland from $216 One Way, $89 Round Trip

$89 return flights and $216 one-way flights to Switzerland were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.


Top places to visit in Switzerland

Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LTN Milan Nov 6 - Nov 24 $89
LGW Geneva Nov 6 - Nov 13 $112
BCN Zürich Nov 6 - Nov 27 $128
FCO Geneva Nov 6 - Nov 8 $141
LHR Geneva Nov 7 - Nov 27 $144
CDG Geneva Nov 6 - Nov 25 $174
BCN Geneva Nov 7 - Nov 10 $175
LHR Zürich Nov 7 - Dec 5 $196
LHR Zürich Nov 7 - Dec 5 $196
LHR Basel Nov 6 - Nov 8 $238
LGA Zürich Nov 6 - Nov 14 $533
EWR Milan Nov 7 - Dec 7 $536
JFK Zürich Nov 8 - Nov 23 $547
JFK Geneva Nov 7 - Nov 21 $636
JFK Basel Nov 8 - Nov 22 $1,184
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Fly to Switzerland

Switzerland’s legendary Alpine beauty contrasts perfectly with its modern and contemporary urban culture, creating a unique vacation destination.

A country of four languages, avant-garde architecture, and extreme sports, Switzerland knows how to keep you on your toes. From skiing in some of the world’s best resorts to sipping craft beer whilst perusing street art, this is a country that never fails to offer something of interest.

When to Book Flights to Switzerland

The best time to book cheap flights to Switzerland depends on your reason for visiting. If you’re planning on pounding the pistes in Zermatt or Verbier, then the season starts in November and runs through until early April. For mountain biking and hiking, the summer months are your desired time.

If you’re visiting for arts and culture then your window of opportunity is larger, but be aware that it can get very chilly in the winter months so pack your clothes carefully. There’s no getting around the fact that Switzerland is an expensive place to visit, so accommodation options are usually always pricey. But by visiting in the low tourism periods between ski season and high summer, and then again in autumn, you stand the best chance of good deals on flights and accommodation.

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Switzerland

Whether you’re going to hit the slopes in some of the world’s premier ski resorts, or are looking to explore summer Alpine pastures, you can find a huge choice of cheap flights to Switzerland. Select your departure destination and choose from a number of arrival points in the search bars. You can make further refinements using the filter options on the left side of the screen.

If you still can’t find suitable flights, you can alter your search options using the ‘Nearby airports’ and ‘Show flexible dates’ buttons. This will let you see even more cheap flight options from a selection of departure and arrival points, as well as from days around your original selections.

Main Airports in Switzerland

  • Geneva Airport (GVA)

Formerly and still unofficially known as Cointrin Airport, it is located just a few miles to the northwest of Switzerland’s second city. It now serves more than 15 million passengers each year and is a hub for both Swiss International Air Lines and easyJet.

  • Zurich Airport (ZRH)

Also known as Kloten Airport, this is the largest international airport in the country, located eight miles outside the most populous city. It has excellent surface transport links with the rest of the country.

  • Bern Airport (BRN)

This small airport serves the capital city of Bern with only two airlines offering international flights. Fewer than 200,000 passengers each year use the airport but it is a good option for anyone visiting the charming capital.

Which Airlines Fly to Switzerland?

A number of major international carriers operate flight options from the US to Switzerland, including:

  • Swiss International Air Lines
  • United Airlines
  • easyJet
  • British Airways
  • Air Canada

How to Get to and Around Switzerland

You’ll be spoiled for choice of superb public transport in Switzerland, with the country boasting one of the most comprehensive and modern networks in the world. Trains, buses, trams and mountain transport systems are clean, regular and very punctual. There is a variety of discount ticketing options available too, from half fare cards to multi-day passes, so it’s worth planning your travel and buying tickets in advance.

Of course, Switzerland is also home to some of the greatest driving roads in the world, so if you love being behind the wheel then it’s a good idea to rent a car at the airport and make your own way. However, it’s very important that you are aware of local speed limits as these are treated very seriously and there are speed cameras on most major roads.

Places to Visit in Switzerland

Lake Geneva

One of the largest lakes in Europe and catching much of the meltwater from the nearby Alps, it also gives its name to the city which sits on its shore. Enjoy a fun-filled day on the water, take to the skies on a zip line adventure or browse for antiques in the old quarter of Geneva. This is a must for anyone wanting to really get to know Switzerland.

The Swiss Alps

Whether it’s for skiing fun in the snow-covered winter months of for mountain biking or hiking pastures in the summer, these iconic mountains have given birth to their own unique culture that is as fascinating as the scenery is beautiful.

Lake Lucerne

Another of the county’s main water reserves, take a boat trip out on the water for incredible views of the surrounding mountains. This is a quintessentially Swiss landscape complete with steep pitched houses and church steeples.

Tips for Traveling in Switzerland

As part of the Schengen Agreement, US citizens may enter Switzerland for a period of up to 90 days for either tourism or business purposes without a visa. Your passport must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the period of your stay.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.