You Can Fly From Texas To Switzerland For Under $500 Roundtrip This Fall
You might wanna check dates soon.
With so many international and domestic airports located across the giant state of Texas, it's clear that a lot of traveling happens here. If you're looking for your chance to pack your bags and head out of the country for a spontaneous and exciting new adventure, there are currentlythat will leave your jaw on the floor with their prices.
Right now, you can find roundtrip flights leaving Houston and headed to Geneva, Switzerland for under $500.
Flights from $488 to $508 are being offered by a variety of airlines such as United, Air Canada, and Lufthansa.
The flights range from one to two stops and vary in flying time. The dates for these prices include almost every day from mid-September all the way into mid-December.
Playing around with the dates in Google Flights can lead you to higher or lower prices, different flight distances, and varying departure and arrival times.
The cheap Swiss flights all head out of Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
In 2019, Houston’s airports saw "a combined 59.7 million passengers," with IAH leading in impressive numbers.
Heading to Geneva is bound to lead you to both exciting and relaxing experiences, with the city's views of the Alps, bustling urban life, and super close distance to France and many other European countries.
If you're from Texas, you know how easy a 12-hour drive is. Renting a car and touring across Europe once you land in Geneva might not sound like such a bad idea.
Trying to fly out of other major Texas cities rather than Houston? You might not find the same ultra-cheap flights to Switzerland, but flights to Spain under $500 during the fall.can find round trip
Flying to Dublin from Austin will set you back only $490 round trip if you're looking to head there this November.
With so many exciting flight options to choose from this fall and winter, there's a lot to potentially look forward to this upcoming vacation season.
Dates and prices are subject to change, so you might want to nab a ticket soon if you're interested!