Sale: Visit Switzerland from $941 return flying Thai Airways

Stephanie Yip 19 April 2017

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Spend summer in Zurich with all-inclusive flights under $1,000 return.

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European summer flights have been dropping drastically lately. Yesterday, Scoot unveiled tickets to Greece from $669 return and not too long ago Air China offered fares to Hungary from $859 return.

Now, it's Switzerland's turn.

Thailand's flagship carrier Thai Airways is the airline taking us there for cheap. Prices start at $941 return for departures from Perth, while flights from Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney are all under $1,000.

The fares are available for select dates in June to October, so you can make the most of the European summer. They fly into Zurich, but if you're looking to explore all that Switzerland has to offer you can look into rail or bus passes in order to see more of this beautiful country.

These are the prices per departure city:

  • Perth to Zurich: from $941 return
  • Melbourne to Zurich from $981 return
  • Brisbane to Zurich from $990 return
  • Sydney to Zurich from $994 return

These flights are part of no particular promotion and are available until sold out.

Thai Airways is a full-service carrier, meaning checked luggage, entertainment and meals are included.

To book: Visit I Want That Flight for a full list of fares and travel dates.

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