Fly full-service Switzerland flights on sale for just $960

Stephanie Yip 23 June 2017 NEWS

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Take to the skies on Thai Airways from four major Australian cities to Zurich.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Four-star luxury airline Thai Airways has once again slashed prices on its European routes and one of the journeys that has caught our bargain-hunting eye is from Australia to Zurich.

With starting fares under $1,000 return, these fares are around as cheap as they get. In fact, the last notable flight sale on this route with Thai Airways was in April, where fares were only $20 cheaper.

This time around, while the price may be slightly more, the range of flight dates is wider with flights available from September to December 2017 and from March to April 2018. So while the major Christmas holiday period isn't included, you can still catch Zurich covered in white as snow generally falls between November and March.

Departures from major Australian cities are as follows:

  • Perth to Zurich ... from $960 return
  • Melbourne to Zurich ... from $1,000 return
  • Brisbane to Zurich ... from $1,009 return
  • Sydney to Zurich ... from $1,013 return

All flights can be booked through I Want That Flight and are available for a limited time only.

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