• 10 Oct 2017, 9:10
  • Liu Yang

Open-jaw flights from Geneva to New York, returning to EU cities from just €248!

Visit the Big Apple!

Cheap open-jaw flights from Geneva to New York, returning to UK, Germany, France, Italy or the Netherlands from just €248!

This is really a nice opportunity to visit the USA! Go to Broadway, 5th Avenue, Central Park or just walk along the streets and the bridges of Big Apple. This city has so much to offer to its visitors. If you are a theatre fan plenty of Broadway shows are waiting for you, also you can’t just miss visiting the numerous places your favorite American movies were filmed in! It’s definitely going to be a fantastic journey!

Get skip-the-line tickets for New York’s top attractions HERE >>

Travel dates:
October – December 2017

Routing and sample dates:
Geneva – New York – Frankfurt: Nov 2-12
Geneva – New York – London: Nov 6-19
Geneva – New York – Berlin: Nov 18-28
Geneva – New York – Munich: Nov 6-17
Geneva – New York – Milan: Nov 2-12, 16-26, 18-28, Nov 23 – Dec 3
Geneva – New York – Rome: Nov 6-18
Geneva – New York – Amsterdam: Nov 16-26, 18-28, Nov 23 – Dec 3
Geneva – New York – Paris: Oct 31 – Nov 10, Nov 2-12, 16-26, 18-28, Nov 23 – Dec 3

How to book:
CLICK HERE >> or follow the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and two pieces of checked baggage (23kg each) per passenger.

Sample reservations:
Geneva – New York – Frankfurt >>

Geneva – New York – London >>

Geneva – New York – Berlin >>

Geneva – New York – Rome >>

Geneva – New York – Milan >>

Geneva – New York – Paris >>

Geneva – New York – Amsterdam >>

In New York we encourage you to stay at 3* Union Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member, located in Brooklyn, with very good reviews.

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