Deal alert: Round-trip flights to Switzerland under $400 from major U.S. cities

Jan 3, 2022

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If you’ve ever wanted to explore Switzerland’s scenery and history (not to mention its chocolates, wine and other delectables), this might be the deal for you. Scandinavian Airlines is offering affordable flights to Geneva, the country’s bustling, second-largest city. Travel from major U.S. cities throughout the month of February under $400 round-trip.

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The deal was first reported by The Flight Deal which has a premium annual subscription for $80 which allows access to first, business and premium economy offers. This deal is only available for travel during the month of February.

Deal basics

Airline: Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
Routes: EWR/IAD/MIA/ORD/SFO to GVA.
How to book: Directly through airline site or via Google Flights.
Travel dates: February 2022

Related: 5 winter wonderland escapes in Switzerland to visit now

Sample flights

The deals below are for SAS Go Light seats which include a carry-on but there is a fee for a checked bag. The ticket is non-refundable.

For travelers in the tri-state area, flights from Newark (EWR) to Geneva (GVA) are available for $368 round-trip with one stop in Stockholm.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Floridians can also travel from Miami (MIA) to Geneva (GVA) in the beginning of February for $368 round-trip. This rate is also half of what fares are in March.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Flights from Chicago (ORD) to Geneva (GVA) are available at $379 round-trip with a stop in Copenhagen (CPH) at the end of February.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Those on the West Coast can also take advantage of great deals. We found fares from San Francisco (SFO) to Geneva (GVA) for $379 round-trip, which is $300 less than flights in March.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

There are limited flights available in February from Washington D.C. (IAD) to Geneva (GVA) for $389 round-trip, with a stop in Copenhagen (CPH).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

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Bottom line

If a Swiss adventure sounds like an exciting way to begin the new year (or spend Valentine’s Day?) this deal from SAS can get you there for an incredible fare.

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