Deal alert: London to Geneva during peak ski season from £35 return

Nov 22, 2019

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‘Tis the season to be on the slopes. And you can be there from as little as £35 return with EasyJet flying from either Stansted (STN) or Southend (SEN). Chamonix, The Three Valleys, Tignes/Val D’Isère and so many other resorts are within a stone’s throw of Geneva, so it’s the perfect airport to fly to for starting your skiing holiday.

As is well known, EasyJet doesn’t include checked bagged in the cost of a ticket, so if you’re planning on taking skiing equipment, you’d have to factor that into your costs, too. One-way prices for ski equipment aren’t actually too bad.

To book, head to Google Flights and set the departure city as London and the arrival airport as Geneva (GVA). Next, set the airline to EasyJet and scroll through the calendar to find the cheapest dates to fly, which are highlighted in green. Once you’ve got the flights you want, head to the EasyJet website to book.

Airline: EasyJet
Routes: SEN/STN to GVA
Cost: £35+ return
Travel Dates: January and February

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London Southend (SEN) to Geneva (GVA) for £35 return:

London Stansted (STN) to Geneva (GVA) for £36 return:

London Southend (SEN) to Geneva (GVA) for £35 return:

Featured photo by Andre Schoenherr/Getty Images.

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