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Flights to Geneva Switzerland (GVA)


From Amsterdam, Belgium and Germany

Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is the leading Belgium airline group flying from Brussels


50 Year old German flyer caters the lowcost market with flights from Brussels


Well-known English lowcost airline with departures from Amsterdam, Brussels


Former Dutch airline company also offers cheap tickets from Amsterdam, Maastricht-Aachen

Dutch lowcost carrier flies to many destinations from Rotterdam

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Football is in the air, and if you’re a fan, you must have booked flights to all of the host cities of this year’s Euro-Football Championships. You’ll have plenty of traveling frills in Geneva aside from soccer, as it is undoubtedly one of the world’s most notable cities when it comes to international diplomacy. If you’re into volunteer work, affordable airfares to the city are very accessible; besides, you probably wouldn’t have to pay for your own ticket. The main offices of the Red Cross, WHO, and ILO are all located here. If your visit is solely for leisure, make sure that you secure low airfares with your travel agency as well. It is recommended that you coincide your flights to Geneva with its annual celebration of the Escalade, when pretty much the entire city is in a festive mood. The Escalade is a commemoration of a 1602 thwarted invasion by the armies of the Dukes of Savoy. This victory was a pivotal point to the city’s liberation, as it costing only sixteen lives from the city’s forces. You might assume that Geneva is boastful of this victory, but you’ll have better chances of getting low airfares if you visit it at the height of tourism; some tourists find Geneva stuffy and even mundane, but you’ll get every cent out of your airfares if you know at least a little French, as locals are more accosting to those who speak so. Flights to and from Geneva airport are served by most European carriers, and there are two trans-Atlantic flights every day (from New York and Newark); you probably won’t have trouble with connecting flights, and save on time and airfares. If you take flights with low airfares and it doesn’t take a direct route to the city, you’ll need to switch planes at the hub airport of your carrier.

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