Switzerland may be one of the wealthiest countries in the world, but you don't have to spend a fortune to get there. Just fly on these low-cost airlines we found.
Feel at home as you land at Zurich Airport, with its restaurants, duty-free shops, and all the other amenities a town can offer. In fact, the airport is practically a small city where roughly 70,000 people pass through everyday. You can go on a guided tour of the airport and enjoy its busy streets and squares, attractive shops and delightful cafés and restaurants while the kids have fun at the play centre.
One of the inexpensive airlines which land here is clickair. Safety, service, and low prices – this is their guarantee.
EasyJet, one of Europe's largest budget carriers, also flies to Zurich Airport. Its new and energy-efficient planes are paving the path to a greener future. They have reduced carbon emissions to 27% less than compared to other aircraft which fly the same routes.
EasyJet also services Geneva International Airport. The Geneva airport's facilities include Les Bronzés solarium, Coiffure Aéroport hairdressers, and Al Volo pizzeria. Shops offering chocolate, jewellery, and electronics can be found too.
Fly on "the airline with tiny fares," bmibaby, "Best No Frills Airline" from 2003 to 2005 at the Telegraph Group Travel Awards. You can enjoy the "yeah baby" magazine as you travel.
Gather nine or more of your friends and take advantage of Jet2.com's Group Booking Service, which allows you a lower deposit price, among other benefits. Even if you go solo, Jet2.com is still easy on the pocket.
"Low fares all around Europe" is what you'll get on transavia.com, and if you book early, they can even get lower.
Another low-cost carrier offering Switzerland flights is Flyglobespan, "Your Award-winning Airline."